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Sleepless in December - Waiting For the Early Decision Notifications

Bonnie Klein, a mother of two and co-founder of daytripperuniversity.com, recalls her family's experiences with early decision notifications.

How Much Homework Help Is Too Much?

The experts weigh in on when to step in (and when to back off).

Here Are the Top 10 NJ Colleges and Universities, According to WalletHub

The personal finance site included a mix of public and private colleges on its list.

These NJ Colleges and Universities Have the Highest Graduation Rates

A mix of public and private colleges and universities land in the top five

Schools with NCAA Division I Athletic Programs

These schools are perfect for your teen athlete.

Cliffside Park High School Teacher Demands Students “Speak American” Instead of Spanish

The incident has sparked widespread outrage by students, parents and others in the town and beyond.

How to Help Your Kid If They're Struggling in Math

Their homework may be over your head, but there are tips to survive this dreaded subject.

How to Talk to Your Kids About Mass Shootings

Here’s some reassuring advice for explaining gun-related tragedies to kids of all ages

Is Private School Right For Your Kid?

Parents share the reasons they opted for an independent education for their children.

What You Didn't Know About the PARCC

A NJ education blogger and mother of four argues the controversial assessments are doing more to prepare kids for college than previous standardized tests.

Vaccinating Your Teen for the School Year

What they need, what's suggested and when to take them to the doc

Need Extra Help? Find a Great Tutoring Center in NJ

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.  

Easing Back-to-School Jitters in Your Child with Special Needs

B​ack-to-school time can be tough, especially for children with special needs. Here are a few strategies to make the transition easier:

Making the Back to School Transition Better

They may not be looking forward to returning to school, but here's how to make it a little easier.

Help! My Child Has Dyslexia

Teachers and parents share their best advice on how to advocate for your child.