A new school year can be very intimidating. Dad, this is your chance to make a big investment of encouragement in your kids.
Your children will mature and be shaped in incredible ways over the coming months, and your involvement can help set them up for success.
If we aren’t careful, this big moment in a child’s life can become a big conflict. 7 tips for dads in the passenger seat … and beyond.
by Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield: “I hope you view the difficult and often shocking headlines and videos as opportunities to teach and connect with your children.”
Dads, you can view this quarantine time as a problem, or you can be proactive and make the most of the time you’ve been given at home with your family.
The leader of one private school believes that getting your kids into a good college should be the least of your concerns …
You don't have to wait for a new school year to try something new with the students in your life. Here are five ways to build on what your children are learning in school.
Teaching your children about financial responsibility is one of the most important lifelong lessons you can give - and one that may not be effectively taught in school. Consider these suggestions to improve the financial savvy of your kids.
Dads partner with their child's teacher by visiting at least once a month, in person or over the phone. Involved fathers help their children succeed in the classroom and do their best with their teachers.
as told to Brock Griffin / fathers.com We are just finishing up National Bullying Prevention Month, and it’s definitely worth recognizing in today’s world. We would all be wise to learn more about the challenges related to bullying and find ways to be part of a...