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Through the SEED Project, Student Diversity Advisory Committee and more, The Roeper School shapes students to be culturally competent citizens.
Got a green-eyed monster on your hands? Find out what causes jealousy between friends and what parents of tweens can do to address it.
Music is in the veins of metro Detroit, but as parents, it's also a big rite-of-passage (not to mention logistical) question: Are you taking kids to concerts – or letting them fly solo? Local moms and dads dish on rocking out.
For kids to get the most out of their education, they must be in prime physical, mental and emotional health – and that's the focus at The Roeper School.
United Way for Southeastern Michigan's Summer Spark program helps local families find the perfect summer camp or program to prevent the summer slide.
Finding engaging summer programs can be tough. Make the search easier with an expert at United Way for Southeastern Michigan’s Summer Spark program.
This popular local family medicine doctor has a loyal following of patients.
Find out why this family medicine doctor makes such an impact on his patients.
Families around southeast Michigan open their homes to children in their time of greatest need – selflessly and, often, silently. We talk to three of them who've experienced this process of pouring out their hearts for our state's most vulnerable young residents – and then saying goodbye.
Today's 16-to-19-year-olds are less likely to secure summer employment. What's the deal, and how can you help your teen land a job this summer?
Coachella and chill bohemian vibes converged in Rochester mom Anam Taufiq's theme for her daughter's first birthday, complete with VIP wristbands.
The Michigan Wildlife Council encourages families to get out and fish this summer – not only to connect with nature but to help protect it, too.