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The school year can be tough for any parent. Here are some tips to help you keep up with the ever-growing list of to-dos.

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Boys Town: Saving Children, Healing Families, Parenting Tips | Refusing to Do Homework

Boys Town: Saving Children, Healing Families, Parenting Tips | What Teachers Wish Parents Would Do at Home

When parents and teachers work together to achieve the same goal—the education of the student—success is much easier to achieve.

Boys Town: Saving Children, Healing Families, Parenting Tips | Trouble Staying on Task and Listening

My five-year-old son is in kindergarten and having trouble with staying on task and listening to his teachers. Do you have any suggestions about what we can do as a family?

Boys Town: Saving Children, Healing Families, Parenting Tips | How Do You Get Your Child Moving on School Mornings?

Watch this Quick Tips video from Boys Town parenting expert Kristen Galloway about how to set routines to help your child get ready for school in the morning.

Boys Town: Saving Children, Healing Families, Parenting Tips | Help Your Child Love to Learn

If your child doesn’t have the desire to do well in school, then you have the privilege and responsibility as a parent to help them develop a genuine love for learning.

Boys Town: Saving Children, Healing Families, Parenting Tips | My Child Has No Friends

It's no wonder why many parents worry about their children's friendships and ability to make new friends. No one wants their child to feel lonely or like an outcast.

Boys Town: Saving Children, Healing Families, Parenting Tips | When Your Child Needs a Tutor

Are you frustrated because your child is struggling with a school subject despite your best efforts to help? If your child needs more help than you can provide, consider hiring a tutor.

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