Education

AAP – Ignore the Flashing Screens: The Best Toys Go Back to the Basics

(U.S.) – The American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending that the best toys for children’s development are those that foster

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Organization Issues Message to New Dads

(U.S.) – Healthychildren.org, an extension of the American Academy of Pediatrics is sending a special message to new dads.

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Building Your Child’s Brain

Experts with Akron Children’s Hospital are sharing valuable tips on how parents and guardians can positively impact the growth of

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Choosing Child Care: What to Know and What to Look For   

The American Academy of Pediatrics is offering a few tips when choosing a child care provider for your child.

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Parents: “Fight the Summer Slide”

The Ohio Department of Education is sharing information and resources with parents and guardians to help avoid the ‘summer slide.’

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Mental Health Tips for Teens Graduating from High School.

This is a time of excitement and adventure for many young people, but also a time filled with uncertainty.

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Five Tips to Help Children with Autism Learn to Read

Autism doesn’t have to affect a child’s ability to learn, just the way the child learns!

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Talking to Your Child After Tragedy

After any disaster, parents and other adults struggle with what they should say and share with children and what not

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Local School District Offers ‘Coffee with the Superintendent’

The New Philadelphia City School District is inviting the public to an opportunity to meet with the Superintendent over a cup

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Organization Issues Tips to Identify and Manage Stress in Teens

The Project AWARE Ohio team has developed an information brief entitled Stress in Teens: Strategies to Identify and Manage Stress.

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12 Tips for Teaching Children Gratitude

Tired of bickering, jealousy, and selfishness? Kids are naturally materialistic and self-serving– but the good news is that gratitude can be

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ODE Releases Annual School Report Cards

The Ohio Department of Education has released and published school report cards for districts across the state.

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Organization Critical to Students’ Success

Class is back in session and education experts are stressing the importance of good organizational skills.

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September is Attendance Awareness Month

Missing too much school has long-term, negative effects on students, such as lower achievement and graduation rates.

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ADVICE FOR INCOMING FRESHMAN

Newsymoms…if you could go back and talk to yourself as a high school freshman, what advice would you give? I

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Early Eye Problem Detection Can Help Kids in the Classroom

Prevent Blindness, is issuing is declaring August as Children’s Eye Health and Safety Awareness Month.

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Study Urges Parents to Engage Kids in Story Time

It is no surprise that reading to your children is a good thing, but a recent study suggests taking things

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Summer Slide to Summer Surge

An education expert is sharing information on how to prevent summer learning loss, while still having fun.

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Education Leaders Concerned with Ohio Governor’s Budget Proposal

The Ohio Department of Higher Education is concerned with Governor John Kasich’s proposed two-year budget.

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