7 ways to raise a financially literate child
With schools focused on core subjects, there isn't a lot of room for teaching financial literacy. If you want your child to be smart about money, it's up to you.
Young adult lit grows up fast
Young adult fiction is going through a growth spurt. Find out how it is changing.
Global grade: How do U.S. students compare?
How do U.S. students compare to students in other countries? It's not as bad as some say, but there is room for improvement.
The bully and the bystander
Experts say that empowering bystanders to take action might be the key to stopping bullies.
Who's really doing the science project? Your child or you?
When teachers assign projects, parents are often unsure how much to help and end up doing way too much, particularly if the child seems overwhelmed.
Too much homework?
Has your child shed tears over the amount of homework he has? Has he stayed up late working on assignments? Have you sacrificed your weekends for homework?
Raising a financially intelligent child: focus on allowances
The authors of The Financially Intelligent Parent recommend giving your child an allowance - but don't tie it to chores.
From safaris to spacewalks: Exotic (and educational) summer programs
Want to fire up your child's curiosity about space, nature or college life this summer? If so, check out these unusual summer learning programs.
Do you know your family tree?
Putting together a family tree is a great educational activity that uses math, writing, research and history skills.