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Ask the Experts about second-graders
Find answers to your questions about academic problems and school-related behavior.

Ask the Experts about fourth-graders
Find answers to your questions about academic problems and school-related behavior.

What's your discipline style?
Learn about the basic discipline philosophies, and find out which is best for your child.

My Child Has Trouble Listening in Class
Second-graders learn strategies to decode unfamiliar words and figure out their meanings.

Life After High School

National Study Follows Youth With Learning Disabilities from High School to Adult Life
How do youth with learning disabilities fare in high school and beyond? A government study shows mixed outcomes.

Transition Planning for Students With IEPs
Learn how this part of the IEP allows a teen in special education to outline goals that will help him achieve his post-high school plans.

Tablespoons & Teaspoons: Teaching Teens With LD the Art of Meal Preparation
Get expert, step-by-step advice on teaching your child with a learning disability or AD/HD to plan and prepare meals.

Finding the "Best Fit" for Young People with LD in the Workplace
Paul Gerber, Ph. D., discusses the process of finding a good match between one's individual strengths, job-related tasks, and the work environment.

Social Skills

My Fourth-Grader Has Separation Anxiety
How to talk to your child about events with no easy explanation.

Learning disabilities and psychological problems: An overview
What's the connection between learning disabilities and psychological problems? Learn what the research tells us.

Loneliness among Children With Learning Disabilities
What causes kids with learning disabilities or AD/HD to feel lonely? An expert tells you what the research shows.

Developmental Milestones: Age 4
Knowing what to expect as your child grows can reassure you that your child is on track with his peers or alert you to potential concerns. Below are some milestones to watch for your 4-year-old.

Emotional Well-Being

Finding balance in your child's life
Do you shuttle your child from one activity to the next? Find ways to simplify your child's overscheduled life.

"Nurture shock" therapy
A bestseller delves into the new science of parenting to reveal all the ways we go wrong.

Ten School Success Tips for Divorced Parents
These ten tips for school success for children of divorced parents come from GreatSchools readers and staff.

Quit or carry on: When should you let your child give up?
How do you engage your child in music or sports so he won't give up?

Health & Nutrition

The Birds and the Bees: What's the Status of Sex Ed?
As the debate rages over the kind of sex education schools should provide, parents have a key role to play.

Healthy Breakfasts for Healthy Minds
Eating a healthy breakfast can help your child maintain focus on learning throughout the day.

Are Our Kids Ready to Talk About Sex?
How you can help at home: Make placemats to help your child build reading and writing skills.

Help Your Child Eat a Healthy Lunch
When your child goes back to school you can't guarantee she will eat healthy food in her lunch every day, but there's a lot you can do to steer her in the right direction.


The truth about cyberbullying
As the number of households with Web access and cell phones increases, so too do the ways kids can bully each other.

My 9-Year-Old Is a Bully
From cell phones to laptops, technology tools are becoming standard equipment for many students, raising questions about how they're being used.

My child is getting teased about wearing glasses
Encourage your child to develop skills of observation with this moldy experiment.

Bright Ideas From Our Readers: Dealing With Bullies
Peer counseling and a no put-downs week are some reader-tested solutions for dealing with bullies.

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