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Fibbing, bending the truth, telling tall tales: in other words, lying.  What to do when your child stops telling the truth.
A child with a disability is more likely to be bullied than his typically developing peers. Here are parenting tips from a special needs teacher of 20 years.
Ethics and morals are often associated with religion, but schools can also provide important lessons in ethical thinking and action. Here's how.
Book-banning still goes on today. So what does it take for a book to make the infamous banned list?
Last summer your teenager lazed around the pool. This summer, he's old enough to get a job. So should you send him out into the workforce?
According to a recent report, most teens feel unprepared for careers in technology and engineering. Here's how you can help.
Philanthropy: the word conjures up images of wealth and power, but more and more kids are proving that you don't need to be Richie Rich to make a difference.
It's time to put down the Swiffer and lay down the law.  Chores teach responsibility and build a stronger family unit.  Here's how to get your child started.
Independence starts at home -- in your own kitchen and your own backyard.  Here's how to set up your house to encourage it.
Word to parents: your teens can't avoid peer pressure, but you can teach them decision-making skills to soften the damage.
Of all the factors you have to weigh as a parent, allowance is one of the trickiest. Should you give allowance or just give your kids money when they need something?
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day marks the perfect opportunity to explore the history and context of the Civil Rights Movement. Here are some notable landmarks:
Peer pressure can be tough during early, middle, and late adolescence. Read on for tips and tricks to help your teen think independently.
Here's a parenting guide to teaching your first grader the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
How can you help your child find purpose? Here's are some guidelines to get you started.
In our efforts to do better, are we unconsciously raising a generation of disrespectful kids?
Here's a parenting guide to teaching your third grader the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
Here are some tips for teaching your child about the Star Spangled Banner.
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