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How do you make your involvement in your child's education count? Here's a guide to things you can do at home and at school.
Do you think parents should have a say in selecting their child's teacher? Here's what you need to know before you rush the Principal's office.
Here are some alternative ways that busy parents can volunteer in their child's classroom.
Here are some expert ideas for staying in touch with your children about school.
In the college admissions marathon, focusing the initial attention on a solid foundation will inevitably produce the best results – both now and in the future.
Both President Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan have called for longer school days and years. Is this the way to higher achievement in our students?
In the world of parenting, sometimes talking to the teacher is the best way to find out how your child is developing.
Here are the top seven things that teachers wish parents would do to not only make their job a little easier, but also help children be successful.
Many in the education field today are looking for evidence to support the case for homework, but are coming up empty handed.
Learn to engage your child in after-school conversation with some alternatives to the old classic, 'How was your day?'
School counselors can be a wonderful resource for parents. Here's a guide to getting the most out of their services.
It's hard dealing with 'difficult' children, but advocating for them might be even harder. Read our advice to find out the best way to go about it.
The Internet may be your one-stop source for information and background on pretty much everything, but it didn't get that way overnight. Help keep your library relevant by drumming up business with these simple tips and tricks.
Budget woes may keep administrators from doling out funds to spiff up your child’s school. But you can help.
Arts education: what it teaches and why it's important. Parenting advice on making arts a part of school and why you should care.
Wondering what you can do to keep your child safe from school violence? Here's where to start.
Here is a comprehensive look at the history of school integration in America, and how schools are handling the issue of integration today.
Public schools educate large numbers of children with limited financial resources.  This is how parents can make sure their child gets the help he needs.
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