Education

The education your child receives will set the groundwork for future successes. No matter his age -- from kindergarten to high school -- we have all the advice and information you need on reaching potential in reading, writing, math, and more.

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What Biden's Promise to 'Teach Our Children in Safe Schools' Could Mean for Students

Between getting the pandemic under control, racial equality, and gun safety, here's how President Joe Biden's term in office could actually impact our kids.

We Found the Best Laptops for Kids Distance Learning at Home

Give kids the best chance to learn during these challenging times with these laptops from Mac, HP, Microsoft, and more.

Distance Learning is Leading to 'Learning Loss' in Neurodiverse Kids

As parents, there are many exigent issues right now, but the most immediate is arguably the academic and emotional well-being of school-aged kids most affected by what's known as the COVID-19 Slide.

Yes, We Need Historically Black Colleges and Universities—Here's Why

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, and former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams played a pivotal role in the 2020 election. And they are all HBCU graduates. Here's why these colleges are positive for Black success.

I'm a Mom and a Teacher: Here's How I'm Talking to My Students About the Attack at the Capitol

The day after the Capitol Hill mob, I knew I'd have some tough discussions with my high schoolers like my fellow teachers across the country. This is how I spoke to them about it.

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How to Explain a Pandemic in Terms Simple Enough for a Child

We've all heard the term at this point, but do you know the difference between a pandemic and an epidemic? A vaccine researcher and molecular biologist breaks it down in simple terms we can all understand.

Why College Students Around the Country Are Going on Tuition Strikes

College tuition is a large financial burden on students and their families—especially now—and students want change.

There's a Student-to-Prison Pipeline Happening in Schools and the Unfair Disciplining of Black and Latino Students is Feeding It

Black and Latino students are more likely to be punished than their white peers. Here's what needs to change.