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It's important to discuss race and diversity with your children at home. A psychiatrist and race relations expert offers practical advice for parents on how to address diversity with your kids.
Trayvon Martin. George Floyd. Ferguson. 'I Can't Breathe.' These headlines are just part of the reason all parents should have a talk with their kids about race.
From cobblestone strolls to fort-bound ferry rides, unwind in South Carolina for your next family vacation.
A new study says busy graphics and multiple colors common in kindergarten classrooms are a distraction. What is the ideal environment for young kids to learn?
Four keys to improve your communication with your kid's educator and boost your child's ability to learn.
During your teen's campus tour, he might encounter a rep who wants to conduct an impromptu interview. Help your child prepare for this experience with these tips.
Meet Lisa Phillips, the principal of Cass Technical High School. Here, she shares her story and experiences with Metro Parent.
Grappling with how to spark a love of volunteering in your children? Teach kids how to give back to the community at every age with these tips.
Sexting is now standard adolescent flirting. But stakes are high. How can you address it with your teens?
Feb. 14 is all about love – and if your child is gearing up to receive tons of love notes, why not help him or her make this mailbox to collect those cards?
Try a cookie ice-cream sandwich dessert by Eskimo Jack's. We've got the recipe that any sweet lover is sure to enjoy!
They're not 'blow-off classes.' Help kids pick the right ones for plenty of perks.