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Why is algebra so important?

Algebra is known as a gatekeeper subject, so when should your child take it?

Components of Effective Reading Instruction

What are the elements of effective reading instruction for kids who have trouble learning to read? What can parents do at home to develop pre-reading skills and reinforce classroom learning? A reading expert answers those questions here.

How to get extra support from your school

After-school tutoring and conflict resolution are just two of the many ways schools can address the diverse needs of students.

Spinning in My Head

A seventh grader with a learning disability explains how he gets into the good zone when things are spinning in his head.

What worked: Creative learning tips for second through fifth grade

GreatSchools parents share their stories about the unique, sometimes unexpected ways they boost their children's learning.

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.

Get your child organized for school

Tips to help your child manage assignments, clutter and time.

Questions to Ask Tutors if Your Child Has LD

Asking the right questions can help you find the right tutor

Preparing Your Preschooler to Read

You are your child's first - and most influential - teacher. Learn how giving your preschooler daily opportunities to practice emerging reading skills will help her thrive!

Creating a lifelong reader

In this article, teachers describe how they reach struggling readers. Here are just a few of the ways they inspire kids to learn to read and learn to love reading.

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