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
Maria De Abreu Pineda's dreams are becoming more and more real.
STEM is everywhere—and with good reason.
Joanna Gagis sits down with the Regional Managing Director to learn about this unique teaching style.
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.
Mini inventors everywhere are sending their genius ideas for a shot to appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Regional Executive Director Dax-Devlon Ross explains how the program keeps urban youth safe, fed, smart and active.
The experts weigh in on when to step in (and when to back off).
Their homework may be over your head, but there are tips to survive this dreaded subject.
What they need, what's suggested and when to take them to the doc
Back-to-school time can be tough, especially for children with special needs. Here are a few strategies to make the transition easier:
They may not be looking forward to returning to school, but here's how to make it a little easier.
Is your kid struggling in school? Does she have trouble focusing in class and on homework? It may be time for professional help.
How you can help your kid, and when should you see a professional.