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Here's an alphabetical guide to the 26 details parents shouldn't forget this back to school season.
Get the facts on academic coaches that can help you decide if your kid needs one.
You don't need to know long division or world history to improve your child's test performance. Help your child at home with these seven tips.
Is more technology in the classroom an effective way of raising test scores and improving student understanding? Research says yes, if used correctly.
If school group projects are giving your child headaches, you can help! Learn how to help kids make group projects work for them.
Get expert tips on how to teach organization and time management to your child, while incorporating it into your own life.
A few small adjustments to your child's study habits might just have him moving from slacker toward scholar in no time.
Try these tips to give your kids a good, stress-free start to the school day.
Parents see it, and experts agree: many, many middle school boys have a terrible time staying organized. Try these tips for staying sane.
Here are some simple steps you and your kids can take to organize the homestead before the school bell tolls.
Does your child struggle with mountains of homework? Eliminate the daily work load and stress with these tips on how to avoid the 'homework trap'.
Winning the war on clutter is not as challenging as you might think.  Parenting tips on how to start your family on the road to an organized life.
Learn about the different note taking methods you can use to organize your study materials and improve your grades.
Developing good organizational skills is a key ingredient for success in school and in life. Although some people are by nature more organized than others,
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