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Primary and Secondary Education in the United States Primary and Secondary Education in the United States
Schooling is compulsory for all children in the United States, but the age range for which school attendance is required varies from state to state.
What are the most serious problems in schools? What are the most serious problems in schools?
Are schools providing a safe haven in which learning can occur?
Sibling Rivalry Sibling Rivalry
Prevent Family Feud and Fights

Your Child Need Glasses Your Child Need Glasses
Because of the difficulties that can result when your child can't see clearly, regular exams - one at least every year beginning at age 5 or when your child starts school - are important. Although most school nurses conduct eye exams, the exams are not nearly as comprehensive as one done by an optometrist.
Teaching Responsibility and Other Traits Useful for Schooling Teaching Responsibility and Other Traits Useful for Schooling
When you see a child or young person make a good decision, especially if it's a hard one, offer your praise and admiration.
Monitor Your Child's Internet Surfing, TV Viewing and Video Game Playing Monitor Your Child's Internet Surfing, TV Viewing and Video Game Playing
The Internet/World Wide WEB - a network of computers that connects people and information all around the world-has become an important part of how we learn and of how we interact with others. For children to succeed today, they must be able to use the Internet.
Encourage Active Learning Encourage Active Learning
Active learning involves asking and answering questions, solving problems and exploring interests.
Help With Test-Taking Help With Test-Taking
Tests are important, especially to school children. A test may measure a basic skill. It can affect a year's grade. Or, if it measures the ability to learn, it can affect a child's placement in school. So it's important to do well on tests.
Activities That Help Your Child to Develop Activities That Help Your Child to Develop
Here are types of activities that you can do with your child to help build the skills, attitudes and behaviors needed for school success.
Know How to Say Know How to Say "I'm Sorry"
Taking the blame can be tough for kids of all ages. Here's how to teach your child to say "I'm sorry."


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