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6 tips to put a stop to bullying

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Bullying is a tough reality for many children. One out of every four students reports being bullied during the school year, according to the National Center for Educating Statistics. But the news gets worse. Studies show that children who have disabilities are two to three times more likely to be bullied than their peers who don’t have disabilities. It’s a good time to remind parents, students and teachers about bullying awareness — especially among children who have disabilities — because October is Bullying Prevention Month.
“Kids who have disabilities are working their hardest to excel at school and socialize with peers while juggling the challenges of having a disability,” says Scott Schwantes, MD, a Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare pediatrician.

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45 Hilarious ‘Parenting Tips’ From Moms And Dads Who’ve Been There

Most parents know what it feels like to be bombarded with unsolicited advice about raising kids. This guidance can range from semi-helpful to totally useless to absolutely baffling.

But sometimes parents share real nuggets of wisdom with each other … especially on Twitter.

We’ve rounded up the best (and funniest) “parenting tips” that parents have tweeted. Keep scrolling for some hilariously real and useful advice. 






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Pro tips on strengthening cybersecurity

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Pro tips on strengthening cybersecurity

’s getting to be an all too familiar story: Hackers break into a hospital’s computer systems, steal personal information. Earlier this month, Banner Health, reported that hackers accessed payment data for 3.7 million individuals through point-of-sale systems at food and

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3 Tips to Building Math Confidence in Your Child

No single subject seems to induce as much fear in school children as mathematics can. I loved math in elementary school but by eight grade’s accelerated algebra 1, I dreaded the class, the homework, and the tears and frustration that became an almost nightly-ritual. And I’ve watched in empathy as my stepdaughter has had the same experiences.

Danica McKellar, actress, author, mathematician and education advocate, who wrote Math Doesn’t Suck, Kiss My Math, Hot X: Algebra Exposed and Girls Get Curves: Geometry Takes Shape said, “My main concern with the condition of mathematics in high school is that there’s a lot of fear involved!

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7 Tips For Planning The Perfect Surprise Party For Your Teen

When I asked a good friend whether she had ever thrown a surprise party for one of her three teenagers, she laughed. “OMG! My kids would kill me if I threw them a surprise party. It would be their idea of hell. They just want to hang with their friends,” she said. 

I laughed, too. When it comes to my own teenage daughter, I’ve felt more and more like an insistent host trying to push bad food on her guests — my offerings of advice have become increasingly intrusive. Whereas my daughter once shrieked with joy as I picked her up from school, my job as a parent these days has been to fade into the background as she separates herself from the family and gravitates more toward her peer group.

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4 Dating Tips for Women I Learned Using a Man’s Profile

I love a good dating experiment! My latest one was to use my handsome friend RC’s picture and create a male profile so I could get a really good look-see into the man’s world of online dating. The profile had the same hobbies and details, but I made him slightly taller, his profile briefer and more humorous than his own would be, in order to promise mass appeal. Read More….

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Tips for Creating Arts Integrated Assessments

One of the biggest pain points for teachers new to arts integration and STEAM is the idea that both content areas being taught, the classroom content and the arts content, are assessed equitably. We often […]

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There’s Still Hope! 6 Effective Dating Tips for Divorcees

Love has hurt you once before, but that doesn’t mean you should give up! Here are some tips for divorcees looking to get back in the dating scene. Tips for dating after divorce are flying around like mosquitos in the summer. Read More….

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5 Tips for an Artful Field Trip

It’s field trip season and that means lots of students, teachers and parents are headed out to gain some new experiences in their area.  While this might mean hopping on a school bus and traveling […]

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