How do you know if your tween or teen has a learning disability? Learn to read the signs.
Teachers and literacy coaches give timely advice on preparing your child for higher level reading.
Teachers and a high school student give practical advice for becoming a successful reader in middle and high school.
Middle- and high schoolers interpret, analyze, and discuss more-advanced texts. Here are the tools they'll need to succeed.
GreatSchools members share their favorite children's books, from classics to trendy tales.
Keep your sixth-, seventh-, or eighth-grader sharp all summer with fun brain boosters.
Should you give your struggling kid a break over the summer, or is this crucial time wasted?
Summer is a great time to help your middle or high school student prepare for challenging reading assignments in the fall.
Parents often wonder if early intervention will solve all reading problems, or whether new skills are needed after third grade. An expert answers these questions.
Do you want to know what can be done to improve your middle or high school student's reading speed and comprehension? In this article, an expert addresses this concern.