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What's the best way to thank teachers this holiday season? Here's some advice from The National Education Association.
Education.com went to DEMO, one of the most influential tech conferences on the planet. And we came home with a 'DEMO God' award!
Which type of teacher will suit your child? Here's what you need to know.
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.
This article discusses ways in which educators can build positive relationships with their students.
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.
Rural areas can create inclusive classrooms for students from many backgrounds. This article tells you how to ensure success for poor, rural students.
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.
School-age children spend the majority of their waking hours in the care of someone other than their parents. Do you know who's on your team this year?
Here's a great tool for keeping your child's homework schedule on track.
Looking for the perfect gift to say 'thank you' to your kid's teacher? Forget apples and mugs; we have ten gifts for teachers that they'll actually use.
Got a parent teacher conference coming up? We've got your cheat sheet for how to ace it here.
Here's how you can help increase teacher moral in your child's school.
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.
It's Teacher Appreciation Week. What can you do to show your appreciation? The answer is pretty simple.
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