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How Not Using Stoplight Charts Can Improve Behavior in the Home or Classroom

What questions should you ask a prospective elementary school?  If you are determined to raise a successful adult, don’t ask about what languages they’ll learn or even what kind of

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Fall is the Best Time to Begin Researching New Schools for Your Child

When it comes to researching potential schools for your child’s next educational step, it’s a good idea to start early. In fact, experts recommend beginning your search for information nearly a year in advance — during the fall of the year before your child will be entering his or her new school. ...
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Dorm Room Essentials for Your College Student

Whether your child is an incoming college freshman or a returning upperclassman, it’s helpful to have a well-stocked dorm room. We asked our summer intern Zoe Stitzer, who is preparing

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First Day of School Excitement for Cleveland Metropolitan School District

For the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, the first day of school on August 13 meant new buildings, new principals, and even new backpacks. See what’s new in this video created

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The Music Settlement Expands to Ohio City, Open House Set for Aug. 26

The community is invited to explore the new campus, located at the corner of Detroit Avenue and West 25th Street. Like its University Circle campus counterpart, the new facility offers early childhood education, arts for infants and toddlers, music therapy, and music instruction programs. ...
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Back-to-School: Keep Backpacks Light and Worn Right

Many kids will be shopping for a new backpack this year.

But according to Dr. Kim Giuliano, of Cleveland Clinic Children’s, it’s more than simply choosing a color, style or

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30 Questions to Ask Your Kid Besides ‘How Was School?’

If you’re like most parents, the first thing you say to your children when you see them after school is likely, “How was your day?” If you're tired of one-word answers, tweak your question to be more open-ended, encouraging a more specific answer and giving you insight into your child’s world. ...
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Register for Education Expo to Receive Discounts, Enter to Win Prizes

Registration is now open for the inaugural Northeast Ohio Parent Education Expo, scheduled for September 23. Registered attendees of the free event will be entered into a drawing for an annual family pass to the Greater Cleveland Aquarium and a raffle for a 4-pack of tickets to Cedar Point, in addition to several other perks and discounts on area attractions. ...
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Getting Ahead of the Game: Balancing Your Student Athlete’s School and Sports Schedule

Many families struggle to find a balance between their child’s academic and athletic schedule. It’s easy for school projects and homework to get lost in the shuffle of practices and game days. Stay organized this school year with tips from coaches and parents on how to help your child excel in the classroom and on the field. ...
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Tips for a Healthy Start to the School Year

Like it or not, a new school year is fast approaching.

The good news is there are steps families can take now to help their children successfully transition from summer

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