Web sites for parents and kids
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Web sites for parents and kids

Tips on learning for parents and children.

The following Web sites are recommended by the National Education Association (NEA):

For Parents

The Ladies' Home Journal teamed up with the NEA to bring you the latest on how to advocate for your child, work with her teacher and make a difference. For more about education issues, go to their Web site.


National PTA Leader's Guide to Parent and Family Involvement explains how to get more involved at your child's school.


50 Ways Parents Can Help Schools offers suggestions on everything from how to assist in the classroom to how to serve on a decision-making committee at your child's school.


Stopping School Violence: 12 Things Parents Can Do is full of practical ideas from the National Crime Prevention Council.


Family Education.com offers advice from education experts as well as message boards


NEA's Tools You Can Use features articles on topics ranging from making the most of parent-teacher conferences to improving your child's study skills.

For kids

America Reads offers reading and writing activities for children, as well as book reviews.


The Kids' Learning Network offers a homework help center.


Kid Info also provides help with homework, along with reference materials. --Dorie Edelstein