Most teachers probably have cupboards full of "Best Teacher" coffee mugs, T-shirts and pens. Why not do something a little more creative this year? It doesn't have to break the bank to say a big "thank you."
It can be a little intimidating talking to the teacher about your little one's performance -- especially if you were the kid who chewed gum in class and flunked math. Here's our survival guide for acing these formal chats. See more »
It's a new year and that means a new teacher for your child. After the first meeting, you've got a bad feeling that you just can't shake. What can you do when you don't like your kid's teacher? See more »
When your child sees you and his or her teacher as partners it can ease stress and help with successful learning. These 5 tips will help you communicate with your child's teacher. See more »
Getting your kids to study can be a difficult task to begin with, and getting them to continue studying once they start can be even harder. But there are a number of steps you can do to help encourage better study habits, starting with designing a study space that is suitable. Find out what types of things you can do to best encourage your children's study habits by taking this quiz. See more »