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  • Back-to-school Tips for Parents of Kids and Teens with ADHD

    Back-to-school Tips for Parents of Kids and Teens with ADHD
    For the parents of children with attention struggles, September can bring a host of anxiety for the entire family. Children and teens with ADHD may struggle with homework, test-taking, making friends, ...
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  • September 24 is National Punctuation Day

    September 24 is National Punctuation Day
    Although most of know how a period, question mark and exclamation point works, there are plenty of punctuation mysteries that stump even the brightest grammarians. In honor of #NationalPunctuationDay, ...
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  • Red-Flag Phrases at Parent/Teacher Conferences

    Red-Flag Phrases at Parent/Teacher Conferences
    As a parent, how do you know which struggles or behaviors are just a “normal” part of the learning process vs. an indication that there’s a deeper issue? One way is to listen to cues from the teacher ...
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  • Helping Your Teen Excel in High School

    Helping Your Teen Excel in High School
    If you’ve got a teen headed to high school, you’re probably already thinking about ways to help him/her survive mentally, emotionally and academically. We’ve put together some tips to help your teen ...
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  • Middle School Nightmares

    Middle School Nightmares
    If the thought of sending your child off to middle school makes you anxious, you’re not alone. Many adults have middle school memories of social awkwardness, hormonal upheaval and the added pressure ...
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  • June 6 is National Higher Education Day

    June 6 is National Higher Education Day
    Every year on June 6, the United States celebrates National Higher Education Day to educate and inspire students to purse college and beyond. But how do you know if your high school student is ready ...
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  • Middle School Nightmares

    Middle School Nightmares
    Tips to Start in Summer for a Trauma-Free Transition Does the thought of sending your child off to middle school make you anxious? If so, you're certainly not alone. Many adults have middle school ...
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  • Stopping the Summer Brain Drain

    Stopping the Summer Brain Drain
    Did you know that the average student loses 2.6 months of grade-level equivalency in mathematical computation skills over the summer months? Or that teachers typically spend four weeks re-teaching or ...
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  • New Year, New Student!

    New Year, New Student!
    Start the year off right with improved study habits Returning to school after the long holiday break can be tough, but now is the time to set routines that will stick for the rest of the school year. ...
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  • Helping Your Teen Excel in High School

    Helping Your Teen Excel in High School
    It's time to head back to school, and if you have a teen (or two) in high school, you're probably already thinking about ways to help him or her survive mentally, emotionally and academically. Even if ...
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