The SAT, and all the other things that actually don’t matter.
In the age of texts and tweets, parents are struggling to raise children with voices of their own. What you can do to raise a confident communicator.
What happens when schools write off cursive in the classroom?
Dr. Neil Singhania answers your questions about your child’s asthma.
Too many tardies could land you and your first-grader in court as more districts crack down on elementary truancy.
From the archives | How do you inspire your kids to love reading? Try these 11 ideas for getting even your reluctant readers into books.
Whether your child is hankering to get back into the classroom or is fearful about starting school for the first time, you can help her get into the swing of things with one of these titles recommended by local librarian Lisa Smant.
Avoid the back-to-school blues with these three easy craft projects.
Keep your child engaged and entertained with these five educational apps.
Find Irish stepdancing classes for kids in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Support your child’s social studies learning at home with these kid-friendly and fun strategies.
Is online learning the wave of the future or merely a bump in the educational road?
Forget about party lines or hanging chads – involve your kiddos in the 2008 Presidential election.
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Having a child with Down syndrome is challenging; dealing with her siblings is an entirely different story. Oftentimes, it’s hard…
Parents who have children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are on their toes year-round, but their child’s symptoms become…
Play dates provide essential interaction for children and much needed social support for moms.
In honor of March 2, known as Read Across America Day, here are some tips for raising a reader.
He’s a little different. Some might say he’s a (cool) nerd. I didn’t want to admit it, because I thought it would sound arrogant. But it turns out, he’s gifted. So what now?