If they start sooner, they'll face trials down the road sooner, too. One mom of grown kids shares her experience and encourages parents not to rush.
From age to maturity and skills, many factors weigh into the choice for parents (and schools). These recommendations can help your decision.
Got a shy or quiet child? Here, teachers weigh in on a few ways parents can encourage their kids to speak up and get involved in school conversation.
Detroit native James Gough's debut book is a suspenseful adventure for the tween or teen reader in your life.
What are the pros and cons as digital books have become popular in homes and classrooms? Southeast Michigan parents and teachers weigh in.
For parents seeking supplements and tools to give their students a boost, get the latest on what educators are suggesting to help children thrive.
Parents wondering if their kids' reading abilities are where they should be get tips from two veteran teachers.
City council has approved a new approach to fighting back when kids get picked on: Criminalizing bullying. One council member shares the reasons.
Are you doing your kid's homework? If so, find out why you aren't doing them any favors, and get tips on how to strike a balance.
From sports and dance to educational fare and arts and culture fun, there are plenty of ways to complement - or spark - their interests.
Class programs run by banks in southeast Michigan aim to create finance savvy students who learn the 101 on checking, saving and more.
Monsters, witches, ghosts and All Hallows Eve fun come to life in our top three picks for the best haunted reads for kids in October 2011.
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