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The tutoring conundrum

Thanks to craigslist, underemployed teachers, and a vast juggernaut of corporate tutoring franchises, the idea of one-on-one help for kids is no longer just another activity for the over-enriched children of the rich. But is it really worth the time, effort, and money?

Is my son addicted to screens?

Is my son's screen use "normal" for kids his age? Or has our whole country gone insane, raising a generation of children who are dangerously addicted to any and every screen?

Moving? Tips to help your child with the transition

When moving to a new neighborhood and school, the key to success is understanding your child's temperament.

Get and stay organized with these study skills

Start the year right by helping your child get organized with basic time-management and organizational skills.

Fun and games: 8 summer reading activities for kids with learning disabilities

Help your child keep reading skills strong over the long, lazy summer.

Homework chart

Motivate your child with this homework chart.

Bright ideas from our readers: Homework help

GreatSchools' readers share their ideas for avoiding battles on the homefront over homework.

It's all about the teacher

Bushwhack through the endless debates about education and there’s one truism that few would dispute: When it comes to the quality of a child's education, it's all about the teacher.

6 surprising foods and drinks to add (or avoid) during cold and flu season

Minimize sick days and keep your child happy and healthy this winter by following these simple dietary tips.

Tips on clothes shopping with your tween or teen

Back-to-school shopping with your tween or teen can be fun and educational if you start with a plan.

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