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Is Your Child Ready for College Math?

Help your high school student gain the necessary math skills to succeed in college and beyond.

A not quite universal truth

A new anthology of essays by mothers of children with autism proves motherhood isn't always what you think.

Help Your Tween or Teen Get Smart About Tests

Here's how you can help your child succeed on tests and make sure that tests are tools for learning at school.

Can MySpace Be Good for Teens?

As teens continue to flock to sites like MySpace, and the backlash from parents and the media fades, it's time to take a fresh look at social networking.

Why Learn a Second Language?

In a world in which the benefits of learning a second language have never been greater, the way languages are taught is changing to meet the growing need.

Young teen's dilemma: Too old for camp, too young to work

There are exciting alternatives for middle-schoolers and young high-schoolers who are too old for day camp but too young to be left alone.

8 steps to a successful IEP meeting

A parents' guide to strategic planning for children on the autism spectrum.

Reading Tips and Picks for Tweens and Teens

Summer is a great time to help your middle or high school student prepare for challenging reading assignments in the fall.

Sexual Behavior: What Teens Learn From Media

If you don't talk to your kids about your own values and expectations about sex, the main input they'll get is from the media. Here are some guidelines to help you.

How Not to Be a Helicopter Parent

Helicopter parents hover, intervening in their college-age kids' roommate disputes and making their academic decisions. Are you likely to become one?

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