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Unfortunately, abuse is common in adolescent relationships. Be sure you're vigilant – and talking to your child about teen dating violence prevention.
Picking up steam in their tweens, adolescents seem to innately put things off, causing stress for all. Why do teens procrastinate, and what can parents do?
Give your teen a head start for financial success – and spark his or her interest, too – with these fun budgeting activities for high school students.
Diane Nancarrow, MA, CCC-SLP, of the Kaufman Children's Center offers advice for parents.
Two representatives from Vision Specialists of Michigan say the cause of your child's learning difficulties may not be what you think.

Rebuilding DPSCD

Through the leadership of a local elected school board and superintendent Dr. Nikolai Vitti, DPSCD has cultivated its Strategic Plan for success.
S.T.E.M. education starts early at AppleTree & Gilden Woods Early Care and Preschool, thanks to its unique, hands-on S.T.E.M. Program.
When is your child's ailment worth a trip to the emergency room and when is a visit to his or her pediatrician the remedy?
Romulus Community Schools offers students a variety of programming and coursework designed to put them on a path toward future success.
Children thrive in settings where they feel safe, respected and heard – and that's exactly the kind of environment teachers create at The Roeper School.
Grand Valley State University aims to separate fact from fiction regarding Michigan's public charter schools, so parents can be better informed.
It isn't always easy to get kids on the autism spectrum to communicate. A board-certified behavior analyst with Autism Home Support Services offers advice.