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Studying to be gifted

Studying to be gifted

Just when I think I’ve heard it all, something surprises (and sickens) me. This time, it’s studying for a gifted program admissions test. Yes, studying. For the gifted program...

Navigating your teen’s college plans

It’s difficult to predict what is going through the mind of a 17-year-old high school student. Many are thinking about the newfound freedom that comes with obtaining a driver’s license. Some might be thinking about who to ask to the prom, others simply wonder where they will be chillin’ this weekend. Few are probably seriously thinking about their college search. But now is the perfect time...

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...

Increasing Class Participation

My sixth-grade daughter is a great student, has friends and is involved in choir and tennis. She is, however, a rather quiet, shy child. The teacher recently e-mailed me saying that she would like my child to participate more in class, especially by raising her hand to answer questions. How can I help my daughter conquer her shyness in the classroom...

This isn’t your mother’s PTO

This isn’t your mother’s PTO

Of the six goals listed in the Sporting Hill Parent-Teacher Organization mission statement, only the last one mentions the word ‘fundraising’...

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?

The ABCs of GPAs

The ABCs of GPAs

Perhaps one of the more confusing measurements that parents examine is their child’s grade point average...

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.

Meet three parents: Who have Returned to School

This month, we introduce you to some parents who are actually doing it—returning to school while raising their children...

Four ways to reduce college costs in high school

Four ways to reduce college costs in high school

College is a significant investment and how to pay for it can be a major source of concern for parents and students...

 
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