Parenting only becomes harder as your child grows older. They start developing their own character, preferences, and habits. Your role is to help raise them as well-adjusted adults and give them the chance to get the best education possible. But then, it is often the parents who stop their kids from reaching their academic potential. Some parents
Too much sun can be harmful to your kids. Ultraviolet radiation that comes with sunlight is the leading cause of skin cancer and melanomas. Sun damage before the age of 18 can increase your kids’ risk of developing these conditions, but you can take measures to keep them safe. Avoid the Sun Unprotected exposure to
Parents and teachers want the same things for students: straight As, college degrees, and good career prospects. It’s understandable why anything that deviates from those expectations can be a cause of grave frustration. Students themselves often can’t give you a clear and concise reason why they’re not meeting your standards even if they want to.
The COVID-19 pandemic has entirely changed people’s lives no matter their age. Kids everywhere have been removed from their classroom environment and asked to do school from their home. However, this set up has also exposed them to various forms of distractions, such as gadgets, TV, bed, and toys. But parents don’t need to fret.
March 2020 was, to say the least, a turning point for the world. The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way households operate. It changed the way people work and study. And while adults have no choice but to adapt to telecommuting and remote work, teenagers who are more used to technology might just be hit harder
In the past, our understanding of education largely revolved around sitting in a classroom for hours while listening to and memorizing what the teacher was saying. However, that perception has changed – significantly. At the start of the 21st century, the government of the United Kingdom began challenging the traditional model of education and developing
Driving is one of the typical teen’s wildest fantasies. Luckily in states like Florida, they can obtain an online learner’s permit exam at fourteen and then start learning after they’ve passed. But parents shouldn’t give in to their teen’s driving fantasies without careful consideration. Many things can happen to a teen behind the wheel, especially
The Department of Education has anticipated a little over 3 million students to enroll in senior high school. With different preferences and resources available, more and more young learners are looking into online learning instead of the traditional methods. Online schooling can be more cost-efficient and convenient because students aren’t required to buy books and uniforms and
No parent wants his or her child to grow up a delinquent. This is why parents start rearing their kids as early as possible to become model citizens. Luckily for you, several schools across the country serve to teach children not only math, science, and history, but also proper values. If you happen to live
Seeing your kid study hard makes you happy. When they reach the point where they will transition to senior school, you can’t help but be even more proud. You will surely feel happy and anxious at the same time. Happy, because they are closer to reaching their dreams. Anxious, because you are worried about how