Beat the "I'll do it later" excuse for good.
More than ever, it seems as though being a modern parent means wrestling with thorny social, tech and school issues. For instance, should kids be saddled with hours of after-school assignments?
Across the country, schools and parents are engaged in a great debate: Should kids get A's for doing their homework, being on time and all-around good behavior?
When it comes to test-taking, what can you do to ensure your kids really know their stuff?
The L.A. Unified School District recently passed a policy in which homework can’t count for more than 10 percent of a student’s grade.
Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on how to help your grade-schooler improve and gain control over his study habits.
Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on how to help your student decide how best to complete his collaborative assignment for class.
Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on addressing teenage stress caused by advanced placement high school classes, and when parents should help their children reevaluate priorities.
Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on easing your student's move to freshman year.
Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on addressing a tween's problems with school teamwork and a bullying classmate.
Whether your kids are just jittery before exams or prone to full-blown freakouts, there are ways you can help.
No, I don't mean the "See, what did I tell you?" or the I'm-your-mom-so-I-know-better variety.
Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on helping your child find a community service organization that will inspire her to give time.
Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on whether parents should encourage their teenage students to take accelerated courses against their will.
Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on encouraging your child to do his homework, including using computers and technology as rewards.
With more and more tweens and teens turning to tutors to succeed at school, will your child be left behind without one?
Slumping grades, poor focus, bad attitude. It's not always your tween's fault. Switching from elementary to junior high school — just as they're hitting puberty — is tough on most kids.
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