STEM — short for science, technology, engineering and mathematics — is a term that encompasses a growing number of fields related to those four topics. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has estimated upwards of 9 million new STEM careers will open up between 2012 and 2022 — but thus far, men have occupied the majority […]
Sure, they will walk into a classroom for the first time, unsure of what learning is like and how it is to interact with other kids academically. But you’re in for a big change, too, since your baby isn’t quite so little anymore. Don’t worry, though. Everyone will find it easy to adjust to preschool, […]
Could your child benefit from an online math program? Here’s Tuned In Parents’ full review of the Smartick Method with insights from a third grader, parent and tutor.
Parenting isn’t easy, and there are obstacles to overcome when raising a child with special needs. Thought getting your youngster to eat veggies was a hard-won battle? Just wait until it’s time to choose a school. Depending on the type and extent of the special needs your child has, they may need accommodations ranging from […]
Dr. Lidia, scientist mommy, shares about work-life balance and how to make science fun for kids. Bonus! Free eBooklet for your little scientists!
Author and financial advisor Sunny Lee shares tips for parents to teach children how money works, how to earn it, save for college, invest, become financially successful and share with loved ones.
Imagine your K-12 kids picking their own classes and living part-time “on campus.” University-Model® schools seek to prepare children for college by merging the best of homeschool with traditional school. And it’s working!
Student loans are one of the worst nightmares for parents and students. As a parent, even if you have been diligent about saving money for your children since they were born, the soaring cost of tuition will leave you coming up short by the time they’re ready to enroll in college. According to a Market […]
Remember when teachers assigned research projects or essays? Entire lessons were dedicated just to brainstorming how to gather the accurate information and resources needed. Class time was even scheduled for trips to the school library so you could learn how to conduct proper research. The librarian showed you how to find the books and journals […]