Our readers offer their advice about how to teach money management to children.
The authors of The Financially Intelligent Parent recommend giving your child an allowance - but don't tie it to chores.
GreatSchools' readers give advice on teaching kids about money.
How you can help at home: Have your child plan a real or virtual trip - budget and all.
How you can help at home: In this math activity, your child draws his bedroom to scale.
How you can help at home: In this activity your child observes the weather and makes a bar graph.
Think tweens and teens don't listen and don't care? Think again. If this seventh grade math teacher can get kids to be kind and work hard, you can, too.
How do we feel about this new educational initiative that could transform U.S. classrooms? As always, we’re keeping our eye on what matters most: your child.
Eighty-five percent of U.S. students live in states adopting the new Common Core State Standards. Here are the essential questions - and answers - to get you up to speed.
Do schools kill kids' love of reading? Will Common Core help, or hurt, our children? Is your child being tracked in math? These are the stories that got parents talking in 2013.