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Make the most of your tutor's time! There are things you and your child can do at home to get the best bang for your tutoring buck.
Is your child having trouble reading? Here are some things to look for and ways you can help tackle delayed literacy.
Get the scoop on online tutoring. We give you both sides of the argument to help you make the best decision for your kid.
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.
A summary of the No Child Left Behind Act, it's major components and outcomes. Also find a discussion of 'adequate yearly progress' or AYP.
Here are six ways you can encourage confidence and resilience in your child by being a charismatic adult.
Tips and advice for parents dealing with the possibility of grade retention.
Taking classes online is a growing trend for students around the country. What type of student is best suited for virtual learning?
Is your child a visual or a kinesthetic learner? Here's how to use your child's strengths to build math skills at home.
From in-home to online sessions, various types of tutoring are available. Where to start when it comes to finding the right tutor for your child?
This article breaks down different thinking patterns. It may help you understand how your child learns best and how you can help him do best!
It isn't anything specific, just a hunch that something is wrong.  Does your child have a learning disability?  Here's what parents can do.
Day in and day out, math teachers hear the same question: 'Why do I need to learn this?' Here are 3 good reasons why math matters.
As you plan your child's schedule for the school year and consider after-school programs and activities, here are ten questions to ask before you register.
For an increasing number of children, play just isn't taking place, and the consequences for child development may be severe.
Is your child over-scheduled? He might be losing more than he is gaining. Here's how under-scheduling your child can help create well-rounded and happy kids.
Studies show that one out of four high school students leaves before graduating. Here are some tips for keeping kids in school:
When you're trying to give your child a hand with homework, it's difficult to find the balance between helping and doing too much. You want him to succeed and get good grades, but you also want him to learn to be self-motivated and independent. Check out these tips that will give you ideas on how to give your child some homework help without doing his assignments for him.
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