Does your kid have the back to school blues? Discover some tips to help your kids overcome their negative feelings about returning to school.
We can’t shield our kids from hearing about mass shootings and violence against innocents. But how should you talk to them?
National Teacher’s Day provides the perfect opportunity for students and their parents to show appreciation, support, and thankfulness to teachers.
The middle grades can be an especially difficult time for any child. But for tweens with autism this time can produce even greater challenges. Learning how to deal with the school environment is key in helping these kids find their place in society and experience success.
Here are some suggestions on how to guide your child with autism through the early elementary school years.
As a parent, you have the responsibility to protect, guide, and support your child’s education. Equally, you have the right to interact in a meaningful way within your child’s school community to positively impact their future success and learning. As you consider how you can move forward in these areas, remember to focus on what …
Let’s be honest: Homeschooling isn’t for everyone. Here is a look at what homeschooling is, and several ways to determine if it’s best for your family.
Senator James Lankford addresses key concerns of many parents as well as a new school choice resolution he’s introduced – SR 493. In addition, he examines the meaning of critical race theory and its origins, other harmful ideologies, and controversial mask mandates in schools.
Sometimes reminding ourselves of our school options is enough to reduce the panic so we can focus on loving and leading our family. While many of us might never consider homeschooling or online school, the pandemic presents us with new choices for school options.
Talking to our kids provides the best chance to understand them. Asking a variety of questions from serious to silly helps us build our relationships with our kids.