A 2010 graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Parkland shares what it was like to watch her hometown become the latest target of a mass school shooting
Eileen Shaklee, mom to a 13-year-old boy and the blogger behind Autism with a Side of Fries, shares her best advice for making the most of your child’s individualized education program.
How to keep sneezes, sniffles and the scratchy-throated misery of colds and flu at bay
The personal finance site included a mix of public and private colleges on its list.
They say hindsight is 20/20 so we asked parents who’ve been through the college process to share what they learned and their advice to those just starting out.
Start the school year in style with one of these cool packs.
From vocational high schools to post-grad institutions, there’s no shortage of smart options for non-college bound teens.
If you have a kid who’s less than thrilled to crack open a book, these titles will help get the pages turning
Kids playing contact sports run the risk of injury and concussions, but how worried should you really be?
If he’s interested in spending his summer working next to (and learning from) professionals, an internship might be a good option. Follow these steps to make sure he lands a good one!
Help your teen deal with their jam-packed schedule and school pressures with tips on reducing and managing stress.
Chatham author Yvonne Ventresca took home a Crystal Kite award for her YA book.
If it is for volunteering, traveling or on-the-job experience, a gap year between high school and college can be beneficial for your teen.
When it comes to learning, everyone uses three senses: hearing, seeing and doing—But for most of us, one sense is stronger than the rest, and identifying which is dominant (and tailoring studying to it) can be key to acing school. Don’t know your teen’s style? Have them take this quiz to find out!
Where does Jersey rank according to national standards?