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Here are five brain foods and snack ideas for kids to help them do their best in the classroom and beyond.
No one would describe the typical teenager as a particularly rational creature. But some behavior is normal, while some may point to a deeper problem.
Back to school season can be tough for shy children, but parents can take concrete steps to help their shrinking violets to blossom. Here's how.
Think you know a truly motivated kid? Learn the modern strategies for identifying key characteristics of motivated kids and tapping into them wisely.
For hundreds of parents across the country, it's a huge problem to keep kids in class. Here's what you need to know about truancy.
Do you know how advocate for your autistic child at an IEP? Learn the rights and processes that IDEA has put in place for education for special needs kids.
If you have a child with a learning disability, you could use a few tips from the experts: teachers! Use these special education teacher tips at home.
Get the lowdown on grade-skipping: why it doesn't always work out, and how to tell if your child is ready.
Pride can get in the way of recognizing the problems of labeling a child too quickly.  It is best to take it slow when navigating the gifted highway.
Gifted students can experience high levels of stress to excel at everything they do. Here's how parents can help.
Want to help your child succeed in school?  Expert parenting advice on how to keep your child happy and productive in the classroom.
Learn what IQ testing is all about and if your child should take one.
Here are some ways to deal with a teen who talks back and shows disrespect.
An expert guide to the mental development of first graders.
Here's what you need to know about dealing with dishonest in teens.
We've got tips from the experts on what to look for in order to make sure your child with special needs is supported in the classroom.
If your child's teacher has suggested special education, then get set for a whole slew of acronyms, from FAPE to IEP. Wondering what it all means?
Got a kid anxious about the first day of school? Here are ten expert tips for parents to keep in mind this back to school season.
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