Claire Charlton

Imperative of Addressing Childhood Trauma in Detroit

When young Black boys were overdiagnosed with ADHD and ODD, experts started asking why. What they learned shapes an imperative to address the trauma these kids experience.

A New Reason to Play Outdoors

Learn why the children at Alpine Academy in Oakland Charter Township get outside as much as possible.

Eagle Creek Academy is Ready for Healthy in-School Learning This Fall

Children have always enjoyed small class sizes and large indoor and outdoor spaces at this preschool through sixth grade school.

A Parent’s Guide to Home Learning

Oakland Schools' Virtual Learning Academy Consortium shares best practices for at-home learning.

Now More Than Ever, Strong Relationships Sustain Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor

Even in the most difficult circumstances, there is social, emotional and academic strength when teachers, students and families work together. It's the very foundation of Waldorf education.

Holy Family Regional School: Celebrating 40 Years of Faith, Academics and Service

Holy Family Regional School has built a faith-filled educational home for Young 5 through Eighth Grade students and their families.

Taking Back Power from ‘Alpha Kids’

Studies show that in modern homes, children increasingly rule the roost – often in deceptively harmless ways. Here’s what to look for and how you can rein 'alpha kids' in.

A Commitment to Special Education

Educators at Roseville Community Schools are dedicated to preparing differently abled students for their futures.

To Keep Your Child Active and Healthy, Think Outside the Box

Through an initiative called Project Play, the Aspen Institute and its partners are working to boost the numbers of kids engaged in healthy, active sports and play. We share their parent tips for reimagining kid-focused play.

Preventing Opioid Abuse in Your Family and Community

During Self-Harm Awareness Month in March, Macomb County Community Mental Health encourages awareness and openness about substance use disorders.

Roseville Community Schools Students Are ‘Getting Caught’ Reading for Fun

To celebrate National Reading Month in March, Roseville Community Schools shares tips to help parents encourage the love of reading in children.

Immersive Kindergarten Experiences at Bloomfield Hills Schools

With a focus on education for the whole child, kindergarten at Bloomfield Hills Schools is the foundation for a satisfying learning experience throughout the elementary years.
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