In Ask the Teach, what to do with all that make up work when your child's been sick.
In Ask the Teach, how to help your stubborn child learn not to argue with his teacher.
A new program, spreading throughout the state, is putting the tools to fight obesity in the hands of students and staff at school.
Two hours of homework in kindergarten is affecting child's attitude.
Why isn't spelling correctly emphasized in school?
Is this used to measure IQ?
Good tips for helping kids with math skills.
How do you determine right or left-handedness?
Can kids really mutitask, when one of the tasks is homework?
Kids say they can multi-task, but can they really?
Fun ways to get kids excited about reading.
January is a good time to take stock of the school year.
My 11 year old can't read a handwritten note. Should I be worried?
Are kids wasting education time with sustained silent reading?
A few tips to help make this big decision a little easier.
Helping the underachiever and working on school behavior.
Have children read their writing out loud to see if it makes sense.
What to look for, ask and consider when visiting and researching schools for your child.
Are kids still able concentrate under the relentless barrage of random messages from cell phones and social media?
Set the course for smooth sailing this school year with these simple steps from experts.
A librarian shares her picks for kids.
Help ensure a successful year.
Answer the question: bag it or buy it?
Help students of all ages get ready for school with expert advice and resources.
Schools across the state increasingly recognize the importance of a multicultural education, with teachers educating students about our global society.
Carolina Parent welcomes aboard a new publisher and provides advice to help you and your children succeed this school year.
Dear Teacher offers tips to prepare for school and looks at combined grade level classes and laws for home schooling.
Teacher's tips for getting ready for school.
It's never too early to teach children about financial literacy and we have age-appropriate tools and resources.
By considering personal preferences, parents can help homework be less loathsome for young, energetic students.