Good communication can improve rate of success.
How should we monitor my daughter's Facebook and social media accounts?
Discover other options that provide many of the same benefits as varsity sports.
As children in public school in Wake and Durham counties and the Chapel-Hill-Carrboro system head for their first day of school, parents can help ease their anxieties with simple steps.
In North Carolina, child poverty has reached its highest level in a decade, according to a new report.
Weekend (Aug. 19-21) family fun in the Triangle features a classic car show, an arts festival, free back-to-school events, kids' parties and a wide variety of nature programs.
Clothes swapping site offers back-to-school savings. Enter Carolina Parent's Back-to-School Party on Facebook for a chance to win backpacks, games and more.
Celebrities head to Sesame Street to teach preschoolers the joys of scientific exploration in the show's new season Sept. 26.
This weekend offers lots of family fun in the Triangle, from free festivals and movies to kids drop-in crafts programs and cultural events.
Kidcycle's consignment sale benefits needy children and famlies, save you money and, of course, offers the gift of recyling!
A 10-year-old former resident of Cary authors a new book on bullying. She also runs a book review blog site for children.
Stores at Woodcroft Shopping Center, in Durham, are collecting school supplies and non-perishable food to put in the backpacks of homeless children attending Durham public schools.
A look at the pros and cons to help you make the decision.
Wake County's summer freshman camps help students transition to high school.
Help your teen get a handle on stress before it wreaks havoc on her psyche.
The first of school is a great time to start new traditions.
Advice for parents struggling with the decision to send a late-birthday-kid to kindergarten.
Back-to-school traditions help ease the transition from summer to school.
Be proactive for a smooth transition to a new school year.
As N.C. school systems get creative about saving money, parents can help minimize the impact.
Chart a better start to the school year for your child with special needs.
Avoid the stress of the first days of school.
Get a good start for a successful year.
School budgets statewide face cuts, and here's how many are coping.
Social studies activities and projects to do during the summer months.
Reading suggestions for kids of all ages.
What's the best way to gather information on schools where you plan to live.
Get creative with this year's token of appreciation.
Summer tutoring, ideas for summer reading and explaining the decimal point.
Call it spring fever or "senioritis," if your teen is distracted from school work, you can help.