Doubts about vaccines helped fuel Minnesota's biggest outbreak of measles in decades.
Dating in middle school is mostly about asking, “Am I the type of person someone could like?”
@EducationNation and Parent Toolkit teamed up with Faye de Muyshondt (@socialsklz), Founder and Author of socialsklz:-) for SUCCESS, and Dr. Shari Seiver (@DrShariSeiver), Interim Director, Missouri School Counselor Association, to chat about gratitude and manners during the holidays. Take a look at what happened during the conversation below. Our #ToolkitTalk chats occur monthly. See what's coming up next and catch up on all of the past conversations.
Fewer American teenagers are using illegal drugs or drinking alcohol, researchers reported Tuesday.
Texas, Florida and California fall below the national average on the share of their 3-year-olds in poverty who were enrolled in Head Start in the 2014-15 school year.
The prospect of wearing glasses is not something most kids look forward to but these parents are making it cool.
Although Aunt Shirley’s demand for a hug is coming from a place of love, forcing our children to have unwanted contact with another individual is an act of coercion.
The questions that come up while filling out The Common Application can be confusing, but we've compiled a list of tips to help.
Elijah Corbin Irving, the son of a single mother in Boston, was perplexed when he tried to fill out his online college application.
Chan Jae Lee lost his spark and then his son and his wife teamed up to launch him on a project that would bring him back to life.
It’s an emotional, valuable show to binge watch with the entire family during winter break.
It starts way before the college personal essay.