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Here's a parenting guide to teaching your third grader the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
Word to parents: your teens can't avoid peer pressure, but you can teach them decision-making skills to soften the damage.
To help children develop potential for success, give children small jobs or 'chores' from a young age. Here are some ideas for how to get started:
Here is a parenting guide to teaching your fifth grader the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
According to a recent report, most teens feel unprepared for careers in technology and engineering. Here's how you can help.
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?
Expert parenting advice on how to deal with everyday power struggles between parents and first graders.
There will come a time when your child will lie or cheat. He's only human.  Parents must set up a system of values, and then enforce those values every day.
Here are some tips for teaching your child about the Star Spangled Banner.
Do today's teens have what it takes to make ethical decisions?
Here are some ideas for helping your child launch their journey of self-discovery. It may just lead to success in the future.
Why experts say the study of history shouldn't be 'left behind.'
Experts say parents should nurture their child's appreciation and enjoyment of music.
Too often, we overlook the importance of first impressions at school. Parenting advice on how to help your child make a good first impression in class.
For many families, the grade is the goal. But what do those letters really mean? And do they really do any good?
Books can serve as non-judgmental and informative friends to our worried teenagers.
What makes your child unique?  Some qualities and interests are passing, while others are innate. Therapist Michael Gurian offers ways to find out more.
Your children could learn a lot at peace camp – and you’ll have peace of mind in knowing they still got their s’mores, too. Here are our picks for peace camps:
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