Does your child’s school have arts education programs? In New York City, over 420 public schools do not have arts programs. Follow Parent Co. as we meet a group of students and artists working to change that. This video…
Time to say thank you to the tireless people who challenge the minds of our kids, support them, and inspire them to think big about their future.
In an age when kids are given less and less permission to get physical, one mom sings the praises of her son's battle wounds.
Making sure our kids' schools fit their needs is the responsibility of every parent. Speak up. Advocate. Make change.
Cherish the last month of school with a School Playlist that will have you wishing you could go back to homeroom.
Driven by school district options, families with children are leading the trend to less diverse, more segregated neighborhoods in the United States.
Parents are gearing up for the next school year and starting the process of looking at potential middle and high schools for their child.
I ran into a friend and she asked me how I liked being home alone all day. "I’m pretty much the happiest woman in the world right now.”
The Department of Education wants to move students to computerized tests, but low-income kids don't get much practice typing on a computer.
The question "How was your day?" is a conversation killer, especially for kids. Here are 30 alternatives that will inspire more than a grunt in reply.