Starting School Later Boosts Student Success

Research shows what parents of teenagers have known forever: teens struggle to wake up early and then they come alive as nighttime deepens. Many parents are dismayed and frustrated over how early their teenagers have to be at school, knowing all their student would simply nod off in that 7:45 first-period class.

Anti-Bullying Programs, Unintended Consequences, and the Golden Rule

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. So says the children’s rhyme that harkens back to the 1800s. Oh, if only it were so. Meanness abounds still, and in today’s toxic, Internet-happy society, it’s sometimes taken to new levels–all too often with dire consequences.

5 Great Ways to Help Kids With Math

If your child is struggling with math, there is plenty that you can do to help. This article will share some easy and fun ways to help your child learn basic math.

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