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This is a nine-part series. The following information has been reprinted with permission from Dr. Carl James of York University. We will publish each grade level in reverse order, beginning with grade 12. Some information has been edited and truncated for an international appeal.Grade 3 is a critical period in your child’s education. Studies show […]

If Your Child Is In 3rd Grade, Read This Now!

If your child says, “I’m gay,” what will you say? Perhaps they want to tell you that they are transgender or identity differently than the sex in which they were born. Your response can make them or break them.

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If Your Child Says I’m Gay, What Will You Say?

Coping strategies to deal with stress are so important. If we manage stress in the right way, we can stop it from getting in the way of our lives. But if we lean on unhealthy coping strategies, it can cause all manner of problems.When your children are young, they take their cues from you and they pick up on the way that you deal with stress. It’s absolutely essential that you […]

Why It’s So Important To Teach Healthy Stress Coping Strategies To Your Children

It is the anniversary of Rep. John Lewis’ death and parents are continuing the fight for their children to breathe.

Rep. John Lewis' Fight Goes On for Black Children To Breathe

John Lewis’ Fight Goes On for Black Children To Breathe

Every child faces challenges in school at some point, and all proactive, loving parents want to bolster their kid’s self-esteem, love of learning, and academic success when possible and help their children through those challenging times. Good tutors often have similar goals.Unfortunately, it’s not easy to choose the best tutor for your child. It’s important […]

How To Choose The Best Tutor For Your Child

How To Choose The Best Tutor For Your Child

Vidas NegrasLike countless families around the world, the onset of COVID-19 has brought us many sudden changes and challenges. It’s been approximately five months since stay-at-home orders were initiated in the U.S, and with no end in sight, every day is a struggle to juggle all of our different roles simultaneously and in isolation of […]

Raising Afro-Latino Children in the Era of COVID & Black Lives Matter

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