The State of Idaho Is Offering Families With Students $3500 In COVID-19 Financial Relief. What Is Your State Doing?
COVID-19 has impacted us in more ways than we know. Some states are answering the call to financially help families with kids in school. Here’s what Idaho is doing.
Chicago Teachers’ Strike Shows Why We Don’t Need Public Schools
It's inspiring communities to come together and educate their own children in a variety of ways using a variety of resources.
Millennials: Stop Talking About ‘Adulting’ and Become Adults
We need to tell young people that knowing how to use a washing machine is a price worth paying for the autonomy and freedom to set the course of your own life.
'SCREEN SCHOOLED' Exposes How Tech Overuse Is Making Our Kids Dumber
Bill Gates and I share a bit of parenting philosophy.
The Frazzled Moms Guide to Staying Sane This School Year
Somewhere between Generation X and millennial movement, school has become so much more involved for parents, and so much more complex than it used to be.
Moving Your Child's School Toward Greener and Safer
Back then, I was part of a very fringe minority of parents concerned about toxics in our everyday environments. Today, the movement is much larger and there are many more opportunities for creating cleaner, greener, safer school environments.
Holiday Gift Ideas for Teachers to Show Your Appreciation
When I was a student, my favorite part of the holidays was getting a gift for my teacher. Whether you're a student or a parent helping your little one choose a holiday gift for teachers, you can do it for less.
MamaResources: Keeping Kids & Parents Involved in School
The hype of the new school year is beginning to wear off… is your child losing motivation in the classroom? And better yet, are you involved at their school? Here are some resources for both of you.