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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 You Should Really Teach Kids About Gambling—and How to Have the Conversation
Gambling behaviors, usually via games, can begin sneakily—and surprisingly early in a kid's life. Here's what parents need to watch for.
4 Ways to Stretch Your Homeschooling Budget
Homeschooling is becoming more popular in the United States, as school disruptions continue. Here's how to make the most of your at-home learning budget, according to parents who've been there.
How I'm Teaching My Students About the January 6 Insurrection on the Capitol
On the one year anniversary of the Capitol insurrection on January 6, 2021, a high school history teacher explains how we can teach students about what happened—and why it's crucial.
NHL Fan Awarded Medical School Scholarship after Spotting Cancerous Mole on Canucks Equipment Manager
Vancouver Canucks equipment manager Brian "Red" Hamilton reunited with Nadia Popovici, 22, to thank her for saving his life.
Should You Talk to Your Kids About Money Troubles?
Here's how to share details of money woes with your children—without oversharing and causing damage.
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Kobe and Vanessa Bryant's Daughter Natalia Celebrates Completing Her First Semester at USC
The 18-year-old University of Southern California freshman marked the completion of her fall semester on Instagram with an action-packed video documenting her college memories.
America's Teachers Are Facing a Mental Health Crisis, Too
Teacher morale and mental health are suffering as school board meetings intensify and the pandemic rages on. A high school teacher explains why it's crucial that we find ways to support our educators.
Mom Tells Reddit That Her Son Received 'An F' Because She Didn't Sign His Homework

Mom asks what she should say to the teacher, and the post opened a discussion about needs, inequities, and how to respectfully advocate for your child.