Children’s Learning Adventure Commits to Helping Students Grow This Summer

 Children’s Learning Adventure helps teach their students the value of adopting personal skills that they can use outside of their traditional learning environment. Practicing interpersonal skills are invaluable for young students, as these skills will apply throughout their lives. Children’s Learning Adventure incorporates these skills in their homeroom and specialty classrooms as well as their summer camp, with role play and meaningful activities to encourage students to … More Children’s Learning Adventure Commits to Helping Students Grow This Summer

Aflac Announces Formation of Advisory Council for Childhood Cancer Campaign

Aflac, the leader in voluntary insurance sales at the worksite in the United States, today announced the creation of an advisory council of highly respected authorities in childhood cancer and related fields, as well as individuals directly impacted by pediatric cancer. Together, they will provide expert perspectives to help guide the Aflac Childhood Cancer Campaign, … More Aflac Announces Formation of Advisory Council for Childhood Cancer Campaign

California Bill Assaults Foster Children

The California bill AB 2119, which forces puberty-blocking drugs and “sex change” operations on foster children, will go to the Senate Human Services Committee tomorrow. AB 2119 mandates that foster children with gender dysphoria can only be treated with puberty blocking drugs, “sex change” operations and counseling that affirms their gender confusion. The bill specifically prohibits any individual … More California Bill Assaults Foster Children

Teachers Week: How To Build a Better Relationship With Your Child’s Teacher

Today kicks off Teacher’s week. School has been in full session for a month now and you should have crossed certain mile stones. If not, here are some simple ways to build a better relationship. Check In. Consider sending a check in note.  If your child has an IEP, give the teacher a copy of it. … More Teachers Week: How To Build a Better Relationship With Your Child’s Teacher

5 Unexpected Ways to Keep Your Child Learning This Summer

Summer can be incredibly daunting for any parent, even more so if the child has behavioral, social, or learning difficulties. Did you know that often, in these cases, the child may have left- or right-brain weakness—leading to outbursts, tantrums, or full on melt-downs? But according to the education advocates at Brain Balance Achievement Centers [www.brainbalancecenters.com]—an innovative, … More 5 Unexpected Ways to Keep Your Child Learning This Summer

Ways Parents Can Help Children Cope With News of School Violence

In the wake of the tragic news of a shooting at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino, California, Save the Children is offering tips for families, teachers, and communities to help children cope with news of school violence. “We are saddened to hear the news of yet another act of violence at an elementary … More Ways Parents Can Help Children Cope With News of School Violence

How You Can Salute April’s Call To Love And Cherish A Military Child

April is the Month of the Military Child. From our neighbors to celebrities who grew up in military families, such as Jessica Alba, Priscilla Presley, and Bruce Willis, many have their own stories of struggles and heroism they can share. In fact, according to the National Center for Children in Poverty at Columbia University, there … More How You Can Salute April’s Call To Love And Cherish A Military Child