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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,...

CANSTRUCTION® helps feed families this fall

If you're looking for a simple way to give back this fall, considering dropping by the Arizona Science center to check out their CANSTRUCTION®...

An investment in child care and preschool is an investment in children

Investing in our country’s youngest learners is key to their success in the future—and to ensuring parents can provide for their families today.

What Teachers Want Every Parent to Know About Helping Your Child with Homework

Knowing how to assist your child with homework can be a challenge. Donna Corsaro, a 7th grade teacher in the Higley Unified School District and...

San Tan Charter helps students catch up after COVID-19 disrupted learning

With many kids feeling the impacts after all the school changes last year, San Tan Charter in Gilbert is taking extra measures to ensure...

5 ways to support your child’s teacher this year

Having support from parents can really have a profound impact on teachers as they navigate the many facets of education. Talissa Nitzel, a first grade...

New preschool classes at the i.d.e.a Museum

Calling all preschoolers! This September, the i.d.e.a Museum launches a six-week series of program called ‘i.d.e.a for Early Learners’ for children between ages 3-5....

Going Back-to-School with PBS Kids

The first few weeks of school are a big adjustment for many families so PBS has created a ‘Back to School hub’ to help...

Post-pandemic education? Here’s how Grande Innovation Academy is excelling.

By using the technological advancements at our disposal, can we make learning more visual, fun, and collaborative?

Maricopa County Reads summer reading program runs June 1-Aug. 1

Maricopa County Reads is the free summer reading program intended to help stop "summer slide" — the term used to explain learning losses experienced...

How public schools are responding as “summer slide gives way to “pandemic slide”

Usually at this time of year, we would be writing about ways to prevent “summer slide” — the academic lapses typical of many students...

Is online education a good fit for our children?

SPONSORED POST: Path to Potential provides students with the best of both worlds: the flexibility of online school and after-school clubs, sports, and school events.

Does your child need tutoring? An assessment?

In 2020-21, parents got an eye-opening look at their child’s education. Teachers had to pivot instantaneously to a virtual classroom, keeping 25-30 kids engaged...

Project Cactus: Celebrate Young Learners!

In our classroom, we read many, many stories. Recently, I read The Three Little Javelinas, by Susan Lowell, which takes place in the desert....

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