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Making Families Strong - Part I 2 | 0

The family shapes the nation because it shapes the lives of those who make up the nation. It is within the family that we…

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You learn to be passive agressive. Why? Because voicing your real agressions will have severe ramifications. Grumbling internally…

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Taking an active role in your child’s education can give them a huge leg up in the classroom.

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How Parents Can Take a More Active Role in Their Child's Learning - And How it Makes a Difference

In this post, I will be using “parents” in general terms to refer to those who are in charge of students, which can include…

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4 Tips to Use Student Data for More Productive Parent-Teacher Conferences 1 | 0

Parent-teacher conferences are all about making connections. For parents, they help put a face to the name of the teacher…

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Books can give children an entry point to taking action in the outside world by providing examples of how to address bullying,…

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A Little Help With Your Homework 2 | 0

How to guide your students to self-differentiate their homework—without creating more work for yourself.

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It seems that each generation thinks that the one after them is spoiled, and without proper values and manners.

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PARENTING NOW 1 | 0

A study of 10,000 high school students revealed that strong parental values and supervision have the most significant effect…

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