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September 16, 2019

Unfortunately, kids may not be able to recognize and articulate what they are feeling.   Alternatively, as they get older, they may not be willing to share what they are feeling with us as their parents.   Your child may be experiencing stress and anxiety that you don't even know about.

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August 16, 2019

There's no one way to address tragedies with children, and how parents approach it depends both on the child's age and temperament. The American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend avoiding the topic with children until they reach a certain age - around 8, but again, it depends on t...

April 8, 2019



As a tenth-grade student, Kayla shared about her desire to have a teacher who looks like her. “I’ve never had a brown skin teacher—I’ve never even seen a brown skin teacher—and I really hope to have one before I graduate,” she wrote. “I think it would make a big difference. I feel like I’m always pressuring myself an...

March 21, 2019

Black history is still important and should be taught to all students, not just African-American students. Students are taught mathematics, science and American history because it is important. Black history, which focuses on the contributions that African Americans made in the past and continue to make, is also import...

August 13, 2018

Here we're featuring A Parent's Bill of Rights, outlining what parents are entitled to expect from schools and districts, as well as a downloadable list of questions to ask of your child's educators. 

As parents, we want what’s best for our children, both inside and outside of school. We want to help...

March 1, 2018

If you’re the parent of a minority student, chances are your child at some point has been teased or taunted about his/her race or ethnicity. This can take the form of joking about stereotypes or even racist putdowns that attribute traits to certain groups.

So what can parents and educators do to help students of color d...

February 11, 2018

A comprehensive list of great places to visit with children as we celebrate Black History Month

August 17, 2017

Boost girls’ confidence by encouraging girls everywhere to embrace failure as fuel to build confidence & Keep Going #LikeAGirl. At puberty, 50% of girls feel paralyzed by the fear of failure*. This leads to girls avoiding trying new things because they’re too afraid to fail. But the truth is, failing is a good thing! I...

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Every parent knows that their child has a special ability, which may or may not take some time to find and become great at.

According to a recent article published in Reader’s Digest Magazine, early childhood education experts at the The National Association for Gifted Children have.....

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