Teaching Your Children About Cultural Awareness, Diversity, and Inclusion

In recent years, words like “diversity” and “inclusion” have received a lot of fanfare, and for good reason. Most of us can agree that these are concepts that

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How Some Districts Are Making Remote Schooling Work (As Best It Can)

The Challenge Of Remote Schooling In Marginalized Communities There’s no question that COVID-19 has changed life as we know it, especially now that remote schooling is considered normal

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Kids And COVID-19 Re-Opening Anxiety: 6 Tips

COVID-19 Re-Opening Anxiety Is RealSimona lives in Edinburgh. Her elder daughter, 8-year-old Tilda, has been diligent during the quarantine. She did her homework, participated to online classes, read

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Anti-Racist Actions We Are Taking

From Now On We Are Taking Active ANTI-Racist Actions Hey, Ashley here, Liesaboutparenting.com founder and the editor responsible for the content LAP publishes.  If your email inbox looks

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5 Things That Will Make You See Your Kid’s Education Totally Differently

Teachers see things differently. I’m a teacher. The kind that’s in charge of your kid’s education. And I get a lot of emails from parents that start with

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Harry Potter and the 7 Secrets of Successful Teaching

[thrive_headline_focus title=”Successful teaching is like magic.” orientation=”left”] [bctt tweet=”You may not know what the teacher is doing, but you know when it’s working. #education #harrypotter” username=”LiesAboutParent”] I recently

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How to Make the Most of Fairy Tales (and a Surprising History)

As a lover of books, I thrilled when my first child finally stopped squirming during storytime. Reaching for the beautiful green and gold volume of Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales she’d

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How to Help Your Child Relate to Kids With Special Needs

How do I help my kids act around kids with special needs? When we see our kids gazing at someone that looks or act differently than us, we’re

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