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When you visit your child’s math class, 2 apples + 2 apples still equals 4 apples. But a lot of other things have changed. Here's what you need to know.
Look for these qualities when determining the climate in your child's classroom.
Here's how you can make the most of your parent-teacher conference.
These five tips can help you have a great relationship with your kid's teacher.
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.
Schools and parents alike need to ensure the teens of today have what they need to become world leaders of tomorrow.
Here's how to teach your child to be a self-advocate in the classroom.
Unimpressed with your child's new kindergarten teacher? Here's some advice from the pros on how to handle things.
What should, and shouldn't, you share with your child's teacher about his health, family, and behavioral issues? Here's a guide:
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.
Teacher going on leave? Here are some tips on how to help your kid thrive--and learn some lifelong coping skills.
You've probably thought about all the things you'd like the new teacher to know about your child. But how honest should you be about strengths and weaknesses?
The key to uncovering the underlying causes for your autistic child’s behavior may be communication with your child’s teacher, who can be your best ally.
What's the best way to thank teachers this holiday season? Here's some advice from The National Education Association.
It's Teacher Appreciation Week. What can you do to show your appreciation? The answer is pretty simple.
There are many ways to open the channels of communication with your child and his teachers--no hovering or snooping involved! Here's how.
Here's how to make sure your next parent-teacher conference is cooperative, not combative.
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