4 ways to make summer co-parenting less stressful during a pandemic, according to a family law attorney

Amanda Cubit •
Business Insider
Kerkez

Most years, families anxiously await the start of summer each year. When children return to school after spring break, the countdown is on! Parents look forward to less chaotic schedules. Children look forward to playing outside until sundown — and everyone looks forward to their family’s summer vacation.  Now that we’re more than halfway through

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How to deal if your kid hates remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic

Catherine Pearson •
Huffington Post
How To Deal If Your Kid Hates Remote Learning During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Across the United States, millions of parents and caregivers are now doing something they never thought they would: homeschooling — or perhaps more accurately, overseeing remote learning while in many cases simultaneously attempting to work full-time. It’s been called the biggest distance learning experiment in history. That feels pretty damn diplomatic to me. My own

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How can exhausted parents motivate kitchen table learners?

Frederick Hess •
Forbes
How Can Exhausted Parents Motivate Kitchen Table Learners?

The coronavirus has turned tens of millions of parents into homeschoolers. Just finding a quiet spot for the kids and then settling them down can be an exhausting chore. But another big frustration is the sense that a diet of worksheets, iffy video connections, and rote tasks can leave kids bored and tuned out. That’s

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4 reasons teens should learn about money

Wintrust
People Friendship Togetherness Activity Youth Culture Concept

It seems obvious that teens should learn about money. However, financial education for teens is sorely lacking. Many high schools offer little or no assistance in helping teens learn about money. While some parents make this a priority, others don’t focus on it at all. It might help both parents and educators to understand exactly

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