. Alternatively, you may have heard such comments as: “This isn’t bullying.” “They were just joking.” “Your child is overreacting.” “Your child needs to learn to deal with it.” “If your child would stop (describe behavior), this wouldn’t happen.”
Kids are being diagnosed with so many disorders these days and with the amount of resources available it doesn't take long as a parent to think that your child may have one of them.
While some may be quick to blame Millennials’ “lazy and entitled” attitudes a look at the bigger economic picture reveals that our ever evolving society may have doomed this generation to failure when it comes to outdated measures of success.
Whether you’re taking advantage of back-to-school season to get yourself on track or you’re helping a student gear up for a new year, these ideas can make getting organized easier than ever.
This year you can ace your back-to-school shopping excursion with these time- and money-saving steps that can make getting the whole family ready for a new school year a breeze.
One in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college.
Early education and child development programs, such as Head Start, support the nation’s youngest children during the early critical years.
With the rising cost of education, it is never too early to get your kindergartner exploring colleges.
Students face a new set of challenges when transitioning from the secondary to the post-secondary environment, as evidenced by graduation rates that continue to lag behind those of non-disabled students.
Preschoolers who performed better on fine and gross motor skill assessments early in the school year were more likely to have better social behavior and “executive function,” or ability to pay attention, follow directions and stay on task later in the school year, scientists said.