Call for Submissions – Who is Your Hero?

Who are the men that inspire you, have changed your life or the lives of others?

How Involved Should You Really Get in Your Child’s School?

Can you walk the line between helicopter parent and no-show parent?

It’s Time to Bank on Relationship: A New Way to Reach ALL Kids

What would happen if instead of complaining about today’s kids, and blaming them for their shortcomings, we spent a little more time connecting with them, building relationship. — On a snowy January day, there are few things I would rather avoid more than driving on the unplowed roads at 6:30 am. However, when my 16 year […]

In Defense of Standardized Testing, Part III: Vital Data for Dads

Attention all fathers: district and personal test scores can be powerful tools for your child.

What Your Daughter Wants to Hear During a Career Transition

In times of uncertainty, there is no other comfort in the world other than knowing you are not alone.

One Man’s Personal Mission To Help

Seven Williams wants to help the kids whose lives don’t seem to matter. You can too.

Challenging Gender Stereotypes through Children’s Books

“Made by Raffi” is a children’s book about a boy who knits, and you’ve got to read it.

Who is Shaping Notions of “Right” Parent Involvement?

By looking at why certain parent behaviors are appreciated more than others, it’s clear that there are culture, gender, and race biases at play.

All it Takes is One Teacher

Another example of how Mr. Danziger helps his students cope with the repercussions of incarceration.

Daddy’s First Day at School

A father discovers that dropping his young daughter off at preschool creates separation anxiety … for him!

When Families Move, High School Students May Suffer

Regardless of the circumstances, a move during adolescence can have negative effects on how teens perform in school.

Santa Don’t Come to the Hood No Mo’

Saliek Ruffin examines childhood disappointment and the startling realization that he’s become his mom…

Why This MIT Dropout Started an Anti-College

This new approach to education will get you thinking. Do we have it all backwards?

Look at What is Being Sold to Kids When They are in School

Faith Boninger and Alex Molnar on how stuff gets sold to kids in school – and it’s not pretty.

Isolation Is A Killer. Asking For Help Is All We Can Do

Shawn Henfling speaks about his own battle with depression and an actionable plan for helping others

Things I Want My Son to Know as He Enters the Business World

With graduation just a few months away, some words of wisdom about working and life seem timely.