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(BPT) - Conflict and disagreements are a part of life. As an adult you understand this and you employ skills that help you mitigate conflicts and avoid future disagreements. Your children, however, may not have developed these skills yet. That means they will rely on you for help in dealing with these situations. Your help is especially important when the disagreement involves your child’s teacher. Approaching this situation in the proper way is important. It provides a good example for your children and sets them up for a successful learning experience the rest of the school year.
(NAPSI)—Parents who hope to provide their children with a college education may feel overwhelmed by the cost of higher education and reports have stated that only about half those who start college graduate. But rather than giving up, they may want to investigate further, because beneath the headlines lies a more complex reality. What’s more, parents who start saving early—and strategically—can amass a sizable college fund without busting the family budget.
(BPT) - There’s the summer vacation you dream of: happy children playing games, parents relaxing, cheerful grandparents, smooth roads, short lines and easy-to-schedule outdoor sports and activities for the kids. And then there’s the reality, which more closely resembles “National Lampoon’s Vacation.”
When considering where your child will attend school next year, consider sending them to Accelerated Learning Laboratory. While Accelerated Learning Laboratory may not be the perfect fit for every student, it welcomes every student that wants to enroll and take advantage of the opportunities it provides. Upon entering, many students discover that this relatively tiny and “unknown” school provides them with just the opportunities they need to learn, excel, and gain acceptance into the country’s top universities.
Thousands of freshmen will descend on the University of Arizona campus this week to move into residence halls and begin their transition to college life.
According to a USA Today report, If you think the cost of rearing a child is expensive, you're right.
Until about a month ago, my eighteen-year-old daughter had her college plans set: she was to attend the local community college for two years before transferring to a University in pursuit of a degree in marketing. This was a plan I could support, not only because it kept thousands of dollars tucked away in her 529 plan, but also because it meant she would remain at home, doing her coming and going right beneath the safety of my watchful eyes. All was well with the both of us.
The First Smiles program makes practicing good dental hygiene fun for young kids.
Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans:
NPCCC chamber seeks awards nominations
Most of us like to buy stuff. I’m not talking here about non-negotiable necessities, but about those little extras that make life fun. Whether it’s a child whining for that toy of choice, a teenager who covets the newest computer game or even an adult who wants to keep up with the Joneses, the feeling is the same: I like,
Guard is on border at Nogales
Letters to the editor published in the March 31, 2010, edition of The Explorer.
SAACA plans indoor market Feb. 6-7 in OV
Letters to the editor published in the December 16, 2009, edition of The Explorer.
DUI task force makes 55 arrests over the Fourth
A listing of arts and entertainment events.
For the week of May 1 - May 7
October 25, 2006 - Most pundits consider Manny Alvarez a shoo-in to retain his District 25 seat in the house.
Once in awhile, a notice appears in a school district newsletter inviting parents to flip through a textbook and put their word in about it before it gets approved by the school district's governing board.
On school days, energetic children run down the street, rushing to be first to deposit their backpacks on Nancy and George Axinn's front curb.
There is absolutely no mercy given in Brett Darling's classroom.
Fixed to a wall in the hallway of the housekeeping wing of the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort is a massive world map. It is dotted with pushpins of various colors, each one marking the homeland of a housekeeping employee. There are no pins resting on Italy, Ireland or Australia; none marking Sweden, Spain or France.
Twenty-four parents and three students attended a May 7 meeting at Marana High School held to discuss concerns about the school's athletic programs, particularly what parents described as a lack of confidence in MHS Athletic Director Joe Hajek.
Richard Anderson doesn't claim to be a mathematician, but he can tell when things don't add up. The Amphitheater Public Schools district telling students and parents one thing, and then doing something else just doesn't, he says.