FY18 Fall Third Grade Reading Assessment (A) Collection Extended
FY18 Summer and Fall End of Course Assessment (A) Collection, v3
FY18 Midyear Student (S) Collection, v4
FY18 Spring Alternate Assessment (A) Collection, v2
FY18 Spring End of Course State Assessment (A) Collection, v1
FY18 Child Outcome Summary Assessment (A) Collection, v2
FY18 Early Learning Assessment (A) Collection, v2
Bullying touches the lives of at least one out of every four children in the U.S. In this year alone, approximately 13 million youth, from preschool to high school, will experience it. Yet, many parents do not even know their child is a victim. One study revealed that as many as 64 percent of youth who were bullied did not tell a parent, teacher or any other adult about it. Will your child be one of them? Would you recognize it and know how to respond?
February is the month of romance, so what better time than now to bring up the subject with your teen? Whether your teen has shown interest in dating, it has more than likely crossed his or her mind. It is vitally important for our daughters and our sons to hear from us on this subject. They need to know what a healthy relationship entails; they need to be clear on the family rules regarding teen romance and dating; and they need to be keenly aware that no means no, and “love” does not equal sex.