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Kids Who Receive Individualized Instruction May Develop Sharper Reading Skills

Giving your child one-on-one reading lessons may help her perform better in school.

Motivation May Predict Performance in College, Says Study

College kids who attend school to study areas of interest and to challenge themselves are more likely to do well academically.

Meditation May Improve Academic Performance

A bit of quiet time may go a long way with improving grades, a recent study suggests.

Whiz Kids: Being Conscientious May Help Children Excel in School

Academic excellence isn't only brought about by smarts, but by attitude as well.

Your Child's Friends May Affect Her Grades, Study Suggests

The kind of crowd your teen hangs out with may predict her academic standing.

Study Groups Inspire Better Performance in Students

According to research, sharing information with peers helps in getting good grades.

5 Habits to Break Your Tween Out of the Holiday Mode

The holidays were all well and good, but school's back on and your tween should be, too.

Losing Sleep to Study for Exams Won't Get You That A+, Research Says

Contrary to what you might think, pulling on all-nighters don't actually help your brain retain information.

Step Up: 5 Tips on Helping Your Child Grow and Develop

Here are a few ideas on how to encourage your child to enhance his skills and learn to be the best he can be.

The A+ School Plan: Make School Fun and Productive for Your Child

Help your child have balance academics, extracurriculars, and down time with this guide.

Children Who Are Poor at Math May Have Math Anxiety

Research shows that a fear of numbers can hamper your children's ability to understand their lessons.