For children with learning disabilities, early intervention can make the difference.
Teachers are facing increasing demands in the classroom, so it's up to you to take the necessary steps to make sure your child's needs are met.
Want to do something wonderful for your grade-schooler? Hook her up with other kids who were adopted.
"Come on, everyone else is doing it."
Even a teacher sensitive to adoption may benefit from having words to say.
Adolescence only lasts a short time — help your child through the rough patches and enjoy watching her grow into an individual.
Starting school is exciting for kids, but it can also be a little scary. A mother of two shares her experiences and some tips on how to cope.
How to ease your child's entry to the wider world outside your home.
With your guidance your teenager can ease into the world of romantic relationships confidently and responsibly.
How do you make sure your child feels good about herself?
No matter what you do, your preteen is mortified by your presence. What's going on?
It's not uncommon for a child to have different interests — and academic skills — than his achieving parents.
Your preschooler is curious — and so are his peers. Help him get ready for inquiring young minds.
An adoptive parent asks how to react to her middle schooler’s assignment to write a report about his birth. Adoption at school expert Lansing Wood offers guidance on speaking with the teacher.
Answers to your parenting questions.
At school, children have to fend for themselves. Here are words they can live by.
My 8-year-old has always seemed comfortable about adoption. Recently, though, he’s been telling classmates that he was adopted, but asking them to keep it secret. Should I be worried?
She has her backpack, pencils, and notebook. But does she know how to field adoption questions that might come her way?
Your child may never have met his first mom and dad. But that doesn't mean he's not spinning stories about them.
It's a national issue. Is your child at risk?