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Learn more about a new set of proposed national standards for schools.
Recent attempts to bring school nutrition policies into the 21st century fail despite rising obesity rates.
You might be surprised to hear that one of the most concerning trends in education isn’t about curriculum or test scores, it’s about leadership.
Useful tips for preparing for a meeting about your child, be it an IEP meeting or an informal meeting to discuss your child's progress and/or your concerns.
Nonverbal communication involves the use of the body, arms, hands, face, and voice. Here are some positive indicators of nonverbal communication.
The guest editors of Education.com's Special Edition on bullying answer some questions about bullying.
Laptop programs are taking schools by storm in an effort to get kids connected. Here's why, and how, parents can help.
Which type of teacher will suit your child? Here's what you need to know.
Research shows that when parents help out and join in school events, their kids actually do better in school.  How to build community at your child's school.
Media reportage of school violence can cause stress and trauma, especially in younger children. So how can parents help their children cope with the news?
Here's a great tool for keeping your child's homework schedule on track.
Here's how to make sure your next parent-teacher conference is cooperative, not combative.
Got a parent teacher conference coming up? We've got your cheat sheet for how to ace it here.
Education.com went to DEMO, one of the most influential tech conferences on the planet. And we came home with a 'DEMO God' award!
What immigrants to the United States should know about their child's right to an education.
Here's how to host an outdoor class carnival, including ways to get other parents and the kids involved.
An inside look at how non-profit organizations are helping kids in failing schools.
Practical advice for parents, educators and caregivers on watching for warning signs of bullying behaviors and taking prompt action to stop bullies from
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