School's out, but there's no reason for minds to go mushy over summer vacation.
My approach to tech and teenagers is a twist on the old standby, "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em." In other words, I load the smartphones and tablets they refuse to unhand with apps meant to make the
Americans ages 16+ read e-books on many devices, not just Kindles and Nooks but tablets too. Before buying your teen a tablet ask yourself these questions.
Early intervention is crucial, and parents play as important a role as teachers, coaches and principals when it comes to bullying.
Create the perfect study spot for your student with these fun and functional accessories.
Create a stylish homework station to start your student off on the right foot for school.
Send your kids off to their first day armed with fun and functional gear that'll inspire them to hit the books.
Between finals, prom, parties and graduation, the weeks leading up to summer can be as hectic as the start of the academic year, if not more, say members of Momster.com, Family Circle's social net
Every year concerned parents demand the removal of hundreds of "inappropriate" texts from American classrooms and libraries. Are they strangling free speech — or just trying to protect our kids?
Cell phones, texting and Facebook are hot new tools in the classroom, but there's growing concern that tech has brought students and teachers too close for comfort.
Written by Catherine Holecko, family fitness expert at About.com. I’m seven hours into an eight-hour bus ride that started at 4 a.m.
Written by Catherine Holecko My daughter is a figure skater who’s on the ice at least three times a week and also participates in off-ice training.
Well, I couldn't put it off any longer—the time was nigh to bite the bullet and go school-supply shopping.
When was the last time you told your teen to just go to sleep? Better yet, what is the bedtime mandate you’ve given to your teenager? I can hear the chuckles already. I know.
The start of the school year is just around the corner.
As a pediatric nurse practitioner in the Brain Injury Center at Boston Children’s Hospital, I work daily with patients and families dealing with concussion.
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