6 Questions to Ask Children Concerning Their Education

If we can begin to have some casual conversations about what we take for granted we can come to a place where we see life for the wonderment that it is.

The Most Important School Subject? How About History

Schools should recognize their purpose is not solely to turn out good, little “workers;” their mission is to give young people the knowledge and wisdom to thrive as humans.

Where in the Facebook is My Friend?

One man searches desperately for a reconnection with his childhood friend.

Call for Submissions: A Teacher Who Changed My Son’s Life

It takes a village to raise a boy. We’d love to hear about a teacher who made a difference in your son’s life.

How do Young Boys Decide What’s Fair?

What does the research say about how kids view discipline? You may be surprised.

12 Ways Evernote Will Help You Be a Better Husband & Father

Evernote is my go-to tool for managing and organizing just about everything in my life, work, and business.

Learning As You Go: How to Look for Happiness in Life

Finding what makes you happy isn’t a skill taught in school.

Insider Tips for Being Your Child’s Best Advocate at School

As a parent, how do you help your child through tough situations at school? — When our kids go to school every day, we trust that they are well supervised, safe and protected by the professionals in the classroom and administrative offices. But there are times when issues arise at school that concern or alarm […]

Disability Rights: What You Need to Know as a Parent

What are your rights if your child with a disability is denied access to a school?

5 Young Men Take a Stand Against Bullying at Their School and Change a Life

Here is how good boys become Good Men.

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.