Learning moments abound during daily activities outside of school. Use these opportunities to hang on to reading, writing and math skills over the summer and get a jump on next term.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that once a child with special needs turns 16, her Individualized Education Program (IEP) must include a discussion about transition services.
Bilingual education opens new avenues for students, including enhanced problem-solving and executive-functioning skills as well as new career paths.
This innovative problem-solving method teaches kids empathy and expands their creativity.
A Catholic school education might evoke images of rote lessons in reading, writing and arithmetic, with little room for personal exploration. But times have changed, and so have Catholic schools.
What type of school would be best for your child? Learn the pros and cons of charter, public and private schools.
Lots of kids struggle with math, but significant difficulties may indicate a learning disability called dyscalculia. Find out what it is and how to help.
If your child has a special need that interferes with his education, the school district is obligated by the Child Find mandate to identify and support that need.