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Printable Homework Organizer: More than just room for listing homework, it's a time manager, too. Good study habits always start with a plan. Also available in 1 page format.  Joanne Mikola, August 2, 2002

Whatever Happened to the AVERAGE Student?
"With all the attention given to special needs and gifted students today, let's not forget about the average kid in the classroom that is fighting the classic battle of, "middle child syndrome" i.e. - feeling overlooked." Tom Krause. Oct. 21, 2004

MY CHILD STILL BELONGS TO ME! Letter to A Local School District.

"When you overload teachers with too many expectations they assign too much homework. When my child comes home after school, that is my time."
Tom Krause. April 30, 2004

How much Homework is Too Much?

Is it the volume of homework or the approach to studying that is creating chaos in your home year round? Joanne Mikola, May 29, 2002

Summer Tutoring - Good Idea or Bad?
Remember that the child who is in need of summer tutoring because of his or her lack of success in the classroom is probably also the child who has struggled all year.
Elaine Ernst Schneider, October, 2000

Homework Help: The Dog Ate My Homework! 
Helpful hints for everyone, including children with ADD/ADHD tendencies
by Katherine West October 15, 2000 

Don't Let Your Kids Give Up on That Homework! - Part I 
Look for helpful hints on encouraging your child to do his or her best in school as well as focusing on the enjoyment of learning for the sake of learning.
by Elaine Ernst Schneider   August 30, 2000

Don't Let Your Kids Give Up on That Homework! - Part II 
When does a parent step in and take some of the pressure off when a child is staggering under the burden of homework that he or she doesn't understand?
by Elaine Ernst Schneider   August 30, 2000

What to Do When the Grades Are not Good 
Tips for dealing with poor grades and keeping your child's self esteem in tact
by Elaine Ernst Schneider   August 30, 2000

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