Generally the environment in an AP classroom is more intellectual and the demands are greater. So why take an AP course?
Summer enrichment programs can add value to your teen's traditional summer camp experience.
Students with disabilities have options at graduation time. Learn how to make the most of them.
For teenagers starting a micro business, it can be a fantastic learning experience with many unexpected educational benefits.
Here are tips to help your teen organize his time and write an effective term paper.
Teachers are now using cell phones and the Internet to interact with the world outside the classroom.
Here are strategies to help your teen overcome the stress of homework.
Many teens who enjoyed playing a sport at a young age don’t make the varsity team when they get to high school. Is this the end of their sports career—or a new beginning?
Inclusive education and related advancements have raised the expectations for students with learning disabilities.
Living away from home for the first time can be exciting but also challenging. Here are steps students can take to make it a positive experience.
Save on textbooks. Here are alternatives to traditional school textbook outlets.
Your child is a brand name. He has a reputation, an image, a persona. And more and more college admissions officers are checking it out.
The following tips will help your child properly prepare for all school tests.
In terms of jump-starting the transition to college, taking college classes in high school really is a smart move.
Kids accustomed to having an array of electronic devices at their fingertips probably won’t respond well to neolithic study tools such as flash cards. That’s why online learning websites are launching interactive curricula to help with academics.