Greensboro Day School experts answer parent questions about middle school age children.
Pre-nursing students gain experience assisting with screens
A new smartphone app can help identify college students at risk of catching the flu, say UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University researchers.
The option to enroll a child who is not quite 5 years old — or who may have just turned 5 — often complicates parents’ decision-making process.
We asked parents across North Carolina, “What made you take the plunge?”
When provided details about the proposed changes to the SAT, the surveyed parents’ opinions about the new format were divided.
Grant provides free field trips for WS/FCS students
Middle school is a time of great change.
Is homeschooling an option for your family?
Studies are showing that physical and mental health problems can disrupt teens’ acquisition of skills and transition into the workforce.
Guilford Parent Academy is a free source of online materials, classes and other learning activities, eBooks, videos, and more on a variety of topics.
Six steps parents and families can take to help students be successful throughout the school year.
How do you determine if music lessons are right for your child?
Prevent downings by following these basic safety tips for safeguarding your children.
Former Baylor College basketball star Isaiah Austin addressed students at Saint Raphael Catholic School in Raleigh on Jan. 26.
A new study by Keds and the Girls Leadership Institute reveals that 71 percent of teen girls say they feel some sort of pressure during their high school years.
Raleigh's first Smashburger, located in the Shops at Falls Village, hosted a fundraiser in December for Communities in schools of Wake County.
Reading to older children benefits both parents and kids beyond literacy.
Wake County Public School System has earned a place on the College Board's national AP District Honor Roll.
Triangle Philharmonic Association harnasses talent of 500 middle and high school musicians whose concerts reflect their intensive training and creativity.
Should kids learn to read in print or pixels? These tips encourage both skills at every age.
NC State Board of Education Adopts 10-Point Grading Scale for High Schools, Reduces Credit for Advanced Placement Courses
The N.C. State Board of Education recently approved switching to a 10-point grading scale at North Carolina high schools.
If you make sure your child's homework is perfect, you may be doing more harm than good.
On September 30, 2014, Carolina Parent hosted a live Facebook chat with Dr. Rebecca Jackson, Center Director of the Brain Balance Center of Cary, on understanding ADHD. Here's a transcript of the conversation:
Try these time-tested strategies for stepping away from the pressures of a 24/7 world so your child can find peace at the end of the day.
6 parenting tips to help parents and kids get sail through back-to-school stress free.
Students of all ages in schools around the nation are learning coding, the practice of writing languages that computers understand.
You asked, we have answers to your questions about Common Core State Standards in N.C. public schools.
Help your children learn to focus on tasks at hand, prioritize and organize in a way that will help them throughout their lives.