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The 4-1-1 on bullying

According to the National Center for Education Statistics and Bureau of Justice Statistics, 28 percent of U.S. students in grades six through 12 have experienced bullying...

Help your child do well in school

Children constantly go through a predictable set of developmental stages physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially...

Raising tomorrow’s workforce

Raising tomorrow’s workforce

Parents, if you want to prevent your child from moving back into your home after he or she graduates from college, brace yourselves...

Skating into local government

Two Central Pennsylvania high school students are leading a movement to make their sport safer for all area kids—and they’ve gotten the attention of their school, the community and local officials...

Does Everyday Math add up?

In today’s reality television culture, perception is sometimes mistaken for reality. If, for example, one were to read the comments posted on this magazine’s Facebook page with regards to Everyday Math, one could conclude that EM might be the worst math curriculum ever created. But is that a common perception or reality?

Help your child do well in school

Children constantly go through developmental stages physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially.

10 Things school nurses wish parents knew

10 Things school nurses wish parents knew

We asked area school nurses about some of the more “interesting” things they encounter on the job and what their pet peeves are. Here’s what they said...

Schools use technology to keep families on top of things

Newsletters, registration packets, monthly reminders, fundraising literature, report cards and academic paperwork—these are just some of the papers that traditionally have been toted home by school children. But there's hope for students and parents: some school districts are using technology to stem the paper pileup.

Keep ‘em reading

While it’s wonderful for children to have the opportunity to laze around in the summer, play with friends and simply have fun; there is also a strong argument for spending some time on academics.

Bullying... in preschool?

Your son comes home from preschool and tells you “Ryan” is being mean again. You ask him, “What is Ryan doing?” Your little guy gives you a pitiful face and says, “He is mean to me.”

 
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