High School: School and Academics Articles
Kids often get frustrated and lose interest in their assignments. You can help: here's an age-by-age guide to being your child's homework coach.
If you're like most parents, you have big dreams for your child. You imagine a good life, a secure and exciting job, and a shining future. But dropping out of high school puts much of that at risk. And studies show that one out of four high school students leaves before graduating.
If your son or daughter uses a wheelchair or needs significant assistance with daily living activities, you may want to consider one of these ten schools.
As long as there has been engaging literature, young adults have been engaging in developmental bibliotherapy. That is, teenagers have picked up books, identified with the character and his plight and, through that connection, gained some emotional insight into their own lives.
High school graduation is a big deal. But a new study by the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit, The Alliance for Excellent Education, shows that a good chunk of students are unprepared for life after high school.
Nearly one million students across the nation incorporate some form of cyberlearning into their educational experience. How does it work?
- Teacher Quality and Student Achievement
- Top 10 Signs of a Good Kindergarten Classroom
- Do Grades Do Any Good?
- Waldorf Education: Four Successes and Four Failures
- Self-Directed Learning
- The Advantages of Small Schools
- Size Matters: The Difference Between Big and Small Schools
- Barack Obama on Education
- No Homework: A Growing Trend?
- What Do Test Scores Really Say About a School?