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Superhero play may be banned in some schools, but it's ever-present in most every other school. Read what one doctor has to say about superhero play!
Many school districts now offer quite a few choices such as magnet schools and charters. Is it time to consider one of them?
To require uniforms or not to require uniforms: that is the question many school districts are facing these days.  A look at both sides of the argument.
Wondering how schools prepare for an emergency? Here are the steps schools take to ensure your child's safety.
Research that shows that even some G-rated movies are inappropriate and potentially harmful to young childrenâs health.
School should be a safe haven, free of crime and violence. But parents who think of school as a place where a child's biggest problem might be someone stealing his lunch have some catching up to do.
Here is expert advice on how to talk to your teen about bullying.
Wondering what you can do to keep your child safe from school violence? Here's where to start.
Recent studies suggest that after school programs do more than just keep kids occupied during the afternoon.
Why do school shootings happen, and what can we do to prevent them?
“Zero tolerance”  in schools is a fairly new phrase with a wide scope of definitions.  Here's a guide for parents to understanding what this term entails.
Ten years after the Columbine shooting, school safety is still on the minds of parents and educators. Are schools any better prepared than they were a decade ago?
The guest editors of Education.com's Special Edition on bullying answer some questions about bullying.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled a partial strip-search of a 13-year-old student unconstitutional. Here's how to keep your child out of a school search situation?
Media reportage of school violence can cause stress and trauma, especially in younger children. So how can parents help their children cope with the news?
This article discusses in depth the racism that occur in schools.
Learn what influences might be playing a role in a bully's behavior.
Get the facts about bullying.
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