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Sometimes kids' media isn't as sweet as it seems and feature instances of intolerance. Here's what to do if you encounter racism in kids' books and movies.
A West Bloomfield mom of two, ages 2 and 4, talks how the pandemic made her realize how much life gets in the way of positive thoughts.
Stephanie Kooiker from Ivywood Classical Academy shares how moral and intellectual leadership stems from a rigorous liberal arts and sciences education.
At Livonia Public Schools, students and staff deepen their interpersonal skills while achieving academic excellence. Learn why this matters.
How does a school nurture socially aware, responsible children who are engaged in their learning environment? Dr. Alan Carter of Creative Montessori Academy in Southgate shares some basics about the Montessori educational philosophy.
When Michael Zybura's son was diagnosed with autism at age 3, he recognized there would be expenses down the road. He's happy that he has a way to save for his son's future.
Learn how an innovative financial tool can help families preserve future health and independence for their children with special needs — without affecting disability benefits.
Academic skills are only half of what preschoolers should know. Here's a checklist of the other skills that every 3- to 5-year-old should be working on.
Learn how young women at Academy of the Sacred Heart's Upper School in Bloomfield Hills thrive through a holistic philosophy of education that builds a framework for their future lives.
The brand new school offers children expert care and education, and parents peace of mind.
Involved parents can maximize developmental success for their child with autism. Healing Haven's Dr. Jennifer Badalamenti shares why parent training is key for families with developmental needs.
After a rough year, we offer a reminder of the importance of bring a bit of kindness into 2021.