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Scottsdale Community College Program Helps Parents Hoping to Re-Enter the Workforce

Whether you’ve been a stay-at-home parent for years looking to return to work outside the house, or are simply ready for a career change,...

How to Stay on Top of Your Kid’s Summer Learning

By Ben Smith, CEO and creator of Gnosis IQ Summer is officially here, and while you may have some fun summer activities planned for your...

Subscription Boxes for Educational and Meaningful Playtime

As a new mom, I have become immersed in baby land consisting of diapers, wipes, and baby bottles. Recently, I discovered baby subscription boxes...

Grandparents Raising Grandkids Need Back to School Supplies

This summer, Duet: Partners in Health & Aging is trying to equip 150 grandchildren, grade K-12, with school supplies and clothing to provide them...

Savvy Summers – Teaching Kids to Earn Over Summer Break

By Rachel Caballero, Community Development Manager at TruWest Credit Union Kids have been working hard all year and probably looking forward to the long-awaited break....

Combat Summer Learning Loss with These Quick & Easy Activities

By: Liz Brooke, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, chief learning officer of Lexia Learning Summer is just about here and kids will be enjoying a break from school,...

Using Common Sense: Media Use by Tweens and Teens on the Rise

Media use in tweens and teens has grown faster since the start of the pandemic than it had over the four years prior to the pandemic.

Junior Achievement of Arizona’s 18 under 18

Junior Achievement of Arizona’s 18 under 18 celebrates future leaders, change makers and innovators. These young leaders all have one thing in common, the...

Festival of Tales

Sponsored Content The Festival of Tales is back with different ways to join the fun! There are two options this year: Drive through and receive a Festival...

“Schoolmunity” is what Parents need in a Post Covid Era School? 

By Sami Majeed Sponsored Content: “Schoolmunity” - A community composed of parents, students, and the school that brings it together to create the brightest futures.  There is...

Using Common Sense: Talking to your kids about the war in Ukraine

If your child is on social media, or even just watches YouTube, you can be sure that they've already been exposed to violence on...

Books to celebrate Women’s History Month

This month, Maricopa County Library District has handpicked a collection of books to celebrate Women’s History Month. Looking for more? Check out MCLD’s Featured...

Local Girl Scout Blasts Off with Educational Space Project

18-year-old seeks to educate students and inspire generations to learn about the cosmos through her custom educational lesson plans.

Gift guide: What teachers really want for the holidays

Scented bubble bath? Goofy holiday socks? Ornament in the shape of an apple? You shouldn’t have. Really! These are items your child’s teacher doesn’t need...

Parenting Can Be Spooky: Tips for Helping Children Manage Stress

While October is traditionally known for Halloween and spooky costumes, it is also a month that shines a light on mental health. Through awareness efforts...

APS and Phoenix Suns team up to provide STEM Teacher Grants

Arizona K-12 teachers in public and charter schools within APS service territory can apply for a $2,500 grant to go toward a STEM (science,...

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