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More >> Column: Dad on Board

Declarations from the driver’s seat

My daughter doesn’t have to ask my expert opinion on music — it’s automatic

Not backing down

I did what I could to change my daughter’s mind, but she didn’t, and I couldn’t be more proud

Me? Overprotective? Nah.

Pay no attention to the bubble I’ve placed my daughter in for safekeeping

Bill Burke is a writer who lives in southern New Hampshire with his wife and daughter.

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More >> Column: House Calls

From living at home to living away

Reduce stress on your child by helping them make a plan for health services

Teach your child how to transition from pediatric to adult provider

Small bites, big benefits

Snacks are a great way to help your child meet their nutritional needs

House Calls is a monthly column written by health care professionals from Dartmouth Hitchcock.

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More >> Editor's Note

Shining a light on democracy

The existence of a free press, guaranteed by the First Amendment of the Constitution, is what separates a democratic country from an authoritarian one.

Putting the spotlight on the Granite State’s top teachers

Hate is not just a phase

The signs that a tragedy is imminent may be staring us in the face, but we don’t always pay enough attention or take them seriously.
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More >> Column: Raising Teens & Tweens

The freshman test

Parents face new challenges when their teen becomes a high school student

How to manage the stress and emotions of senior year and applying to college

Attention issues vs. anxiety and depression

An inability to focus is not necessarily ADD/ADHD

Tracey Tucker is Executive Director of New Heights: Adventures for Teens and a licensed mental health counselor at Tradeport Counseling Associates in Portsmouth.

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More >> Column: Learning Curve

Preparing for the annual IEP meeting

Strategies you can use to improve collaboration and reduce frustration

We are all in this together

Parents, teachers share the same hopes and fears

For some kids, the learning doesn’t stop

Parents should ask to review the impact of ESY services on their child

Elizabeth Feingold recently retired from Kearsarge Regional School District, where she worked for over 30 years as a special education teacher and coordinator at the elementary, middle and high school levels. She is now a consultant and advocate. She can be reached at elizabethjfeingold@gmail.com.

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