As Coronavirus wreaks havoc on our regular routine, we, as educators, and you, as parents, must step up to the plate and ensure that our children continue to excel, and be the geniuses they were born to be.
As the world globalizes, the demand for STEM jobs is growing, but U.S. students are struggling to keep up with STEM requirements, especially across minorities.
As a parent, you want your child to learn empathy. Books can be an excellent tool to develop the skill and practice of empathetic living!
So, your child wants to quit swimming lessons. On one hand, you don't want to force your child to do something they don't believe in. On the other hand, you know swimming is an important survival skill that can only enhance your child's life. How do you, as a modern parent, handle this impossible problem in a positive way?