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Check out 5 free fundraising ideas for schools, from yard sales to bike-a-thons and service auctions.
Get 5 healthy fundraising ideas for schools and give your spaghetti nights and bake sales a healthy facelift.
Is you child being bullied? Here's how to find out.
Schools and parents alike need to ensure the teens of today have what they need to become world leaders of tomorrow.
Find out how to have a successful school fundraiser with these tips from the experts.
For many families, the grade is the goal. But what do those letters really mean? And do they really do any good?
Why do school shootings happen, and what can we do to prevent them?
Frustrated with traditional education? Looking to create something different based on your educational philosophy?  Advice on how to start a charter school.
The AFT and the NEA are in positions to influence what happens in our public schools, and they continue to draw fire for the woes of the public school system.
These days, access to test scores is a click of the mouse away, but critics argue that this information doesn't tell us much about the quality of the school.
Female teachers have dominated elementary schools for a long time.  But the ratio of male to female teachers has steadily declined over the past two decades.
Open House is an important night for the whole family.  Here are a few ways parents can help make it a success.
What's the secret to turning around failing schools? Five principals who saved their schools tell all.
Only a handful of states mandate the presence of seat belts on school buses. So how do you know if your child's school bus is really safe?
The debate over 'standardized testing' masks a larger question: just how do we define what it means to learn something, and how can we test for it?
ADHD or normal?  A parenting guide to understanding young childhood development.
Worried about Pushy Parent Syndrome?  Well, here are three questions you have every right to ask your child's educator.
Your kid may feel helpless about school, but that shouldn't mean that you feel helpless too. In fact, it's just the time to think positive and turn your child's perception of school around. Learn how with our top nine tips.
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