You don’t need to be an expert, or spend a lot of money, to support your child’s education
STEM education in NH schools has come a long way in 5 years
While it may be unclear which acronym you should use, what is clear is the link between art and science
A look at the incident report review process and potential alternatives to restraints and seclusion
A look at what has transpired since state law changed to limit the use of restraints and seclusions
At 14, the aspiring astrophysicist has already made her mark
Donated milk is an option for moms who have difficulties breastfeeding
When developing an education plan, you don’t have to get lost in the acronyms
As kids are further isolated, internet challenges help them connect and feel like part of something larger
A little bit of preparation and a healthy dose of vigilance can keep the whole family healthy, happy and enjoying the outdoors, even during tick season.
How will it be paid for, why do we need it and is it legal?
What’s the big deal about STEM and how is it changing NH schools?
Hands-on, project-based learning introduces younger children to math and science concepts
How the media plays a key role in maintaining democracy
How local schools and families are raising children to be civic-minded and knowledgeable about the world around them
How school districts are integrating new American students into the classroom and encouraging tolerance
Why civics education is important and a look at how civics is being taught in NH classrooms
The seemingly impossible task of balancing two full-time jobs
How dads can successfully form a lifelong connection with their children
The role of school counselors — and what they do to help students — has changed dramatically through the years
Before you head out to hike or to camp, make sure you are prepared — it could save your life
To get started making a budget, you need to determine where your money is going before you plan on where you would like it to go.
Next stop: adulthood
Our expert talks about what drugs are popular now among teens as well as warning signs that your teen might be using drugs
As a child becomes a teenager, what are some reasonable responsibilities teens should be expected to take on?
Tips for parents who need to talk with their children about sex, dating and healthy relationships
Local experts share advise about setting screen time limits, smart phones and how to handle social media accounts
How to handle the big changes you see happening in your child during the tween years
Being proactive with your child’s teacher instead of waiting until there’s a problem is key
Feeling overwhelmed by your child care bill? Data suggest you are not alone
New data shows that the number of bullying incidents being reported by Granite State schools is down
Use the bullying behavior your kids are seeing on TV and in the media as a teachable moment
The Every Student Succeeds Act will replace the contentious NCLB education law in 2017 — what does that mean for NH?
Community organizations, parents and teachers are pitching in to make sure all children have access to the arts
School heads give advice to parents on what they need to consider before enrolling their child
‘Blizzard bags’ help school districts make up classroom time, but not all superintendents are on board
It’s as easy as 5-2-9
Spice, which has been around for nearly a decade, is relatively easy for teens to get
Consider the pros and cons of homeschooling your child before you make the commitment
Parents teaching their children at home appreciate having control over curriculum, schedule, and where they teach