What makes a school outstanding? Academic rigor, long hours, community spirit, and mutual respect are just some of the guiding principals of this high-performing charter.
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.
You and your child need to start planning for college no later than middle school. Here are seven steps your child and family should take.
Planning and conversation will ease your tween's anxiety about meeting the new, complex demands of middle school.
GreatSchools parents share their stories about the unique, sometimes unexpected ways they boost their children's learning.
Your meeting with a teacher can forge a partnership that helps your child make the transition from middle school and high school to adulthood.
When your child moves on to middle or high school, staying involved in her education can be tricky. Try these strategies to help your child succeed.
Student reflections on Waiting for "Superman"