Teachers and parents share their best advice on how to advocate for your child.
The experts weigh in on when to step in (and when to back off).
A look at New Jersey's colleges and universities, and why your teen may want to consider staying in state.
Their homework may be over your head, but there are tips to survive this dreaded subject.
Experts weigh in on both college entrance exams.
Parents share the reasons they opted for an independent education for their children.
A NJ education blogger and mother of four argues the controversial assessments are doing more to prepare kids for college than previous standardized tests.
Whether you’re looking for extra help or enrichment, your kid’s confidence will soar at one of these academic tutoring centers. Prices vary by location, so be sure to call for details.
Summer slide is real. Here's how to stop it.
Is your kid struggling in school? Does she have trouble focusing in class and on homework? It may be time for professional help.
A move to dial back homework in two NJ elementary schools is sparking a discussion about whether the extra work is helpful or harmful.
New Jersey is known for having some of the best public schools in the country. But how well do they really prepare our kids for life afterward?
The debate heats up over whether kids need to be in school all day to prepare for first grade, or if half-day is a better option.
What’s the deal with magnet schools in NJ? How can your kid get into one?
You spend hours at night helping your first grader with her homework? Are teachers actually overloading the kids?