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There are benefits of failure? Yes! Making mistakes is a hugel part of learning, in school and in life. Learn what benefits of failure lie in 5 school subjects.
Boys are falling behind girls in school performance. What's behind the boy crisis, and how can parents and teachers help?
There can be right and wrong ways of praising toddlers, and sometimes praise can actually do more harm than good. Here's what parents need to know.
No one would describe the typical teenager as a particularly rational creature. But some behavior is normal, while some may point to a deeper problem.
There is an increasing population of male students who have developed a distaste for school. What's changed in American education over the past 30 years?
Does your kid have geek power? Give him some! Learn to help your unusual or loner child feel happy and accepted being himself, ready to yell out 'Geek Power!'
In a society torn between an emaciated feminine ideal and skyrocketing rates of childhood obesity, how can parents help their daughters accept their bodies?
How can parents keep kids from cheating in a society that seems to stress winning at any cost? Here's what parents can do.
We’re often our own worst critic—and that includes kids. Help your child move beyond her perfectionism and keep the stress off.
The messages that children are given about beauty begin early in life. Here are some things to help your child feel empowered from the inside out.
Here are ten self-esteem boosters from psychologist and Education.com expert Laura Kauffman, Ph.D.
Wanting more class participation out of your kid? You can help your child develop class participation, in-class curiosity and confidence with these five tips.
Believe it or not, bullying in preschool is more common than you think. Here's how concerned parents should handle preschool bullying
The sad truth is that every school, whether public, private or parochial, has mean girls.  If you have a daughter, take the time to read this helpful article.
Parents begin nurturing their children's self-esteem at birth, and it ebbs and flows over time. Still, fifth grade is a great stage to focus on self-esteem.
Here are four approaches to helping your preschooler become a more confident and resilient child.
Here are some of the neurological differences you may notice between boys and girls in the years surrounding first grade.
According to the Girl Scout Research Institute, young girls enjoy math just as much as boys. Somewhere along the way, though, their enthusiasm gets quashed.
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