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Teens with credit cards are not exactly new, but the credit crisis is. Here are 7 tips for how parents can teach financial responsibility to their children.
Find out which  math classes are essential for getting into a good college.
Knowing these 50 words will give your teen a leg up on the SAT verbal section.
How can parents keep kids from cheating in a society that seems to stress winning at any cost? Here's what parents can do.
Which computer applications are important to your teen's future, and which are distracting her from her homework? Here are the 10 tech skills your teen needs.
Here are some suggestions for using your child's cell phone as a learning device.
It's clear from most college admissions websites that students should load up on high school science. But how many years and what exactly is required?
Does the economy have your family in a rut? Here are a few tips for helping teens understand the importance of money management.
In the college admissions marathon, focusing the initial attention on a solid foundation will inevitably produce the best results – both now and in the future.
Here's what you need to know about dealing with dishonest in teens.
A growing number of high school seniors are deciding to take a breather, or a gap year, before heading to the dormitory. Here are 11 great options.
Plagiarism. It's more common than you might think. How can parents and educators help students avoid cheating in school?
Some students are using an arsenal of unique tactics to get themselves noticed by colleges. Here's what you need to know about what really gets you noticed.
The Math SAT contains Computations, Algebra, Probability, Functions, and Geometry. Here are five practice problems that demonstrate each type of question.
New voices are calling for the return of shop class. Here's why shop class matters for your child.
Teens and trouble: think they go together like bread and butter? Well, you may be wrong.  Parenting tips on setting limits for your teen.
If you suspect that your teen is stealing, it is important to figure out the underlying reasons. Here are some expert ideas for dealing with teens who steal.
It's called a 'gap year.' And the concept is now starting to gain significant steam here in America.
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