K-12




  • Virtual college tours become an important part of the search

    Take the first steps for beginning the college choice process

    Most colleges now offer virtual tours due to the pandemic. But that is only one of the steps in helping your kids choose a school that meets their needs. read more »
  • Combining homeschooling with housework

    “Hacks” perfect for pandemic parenting

    When Sarah Robsdottir reluctantly joined the world of homeschooling a decade ago, she devised some novel teaching methods you can try. read more »
  • More than one way to homeschool

    An overview of varying homeschooling options

    Once an outlier educational method, homeschooling has come a long way, particularly amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Homeschooling is not just about teaching kids at home, it is a wrapped up in a philosophy of education. read more »
  • Make remote learning easier

    5 suggested strategies for helping your child learn online

    Now that we are into the 2020-21 school year, one thing is clear: remote learning is the new normal for the foreseeable future. We all want what’s best for our kids. We have included four tips for how to improve their workspaces for the best possible remote learning. read more »
  • A sick kid in the time of COVID

    Even a non-COVID virus can cause chaos

    Elizabeth Tenety shares her story of how she handled her sick kids during the pandemic. In cold and flu season, the COVID-19 pandemic creates a particular kind of stress for families of school age kids who come down with a garden variety virus. read more »
  • “Cheat Days” may help remote learners and parents

    In pandemic times, maybe some rules are made to be broken

    A so-called “cheat day,” a day off from remote learning, helps a beleaguered dad help his kids meet expectations. read more »