Even the "I have everything I need" mom can't say no to these.
New Hogwarts-inspired blazers are taking back-to-school shopping to a magical place.
“I’m a Flint kid that wants to help all the other Flint kids.”
For kindergartners, teens and students in between.
This teacher's encounters with parents at Walmart inspired him to speak out.
So I got my Chromebook, now what? This is a common phrase immediately after receiving a school sanctioned device.
“It’s important that people who are trusted to empower kids are loved and appreciated for their effort."
Just for the record, I'm not one of those parents that wishes summer was longer (sorry kids, you know I love you). Yes, I admit I am in the other camp--where I am counting the days until back to school.
In the midst of the blog articles and social media statuses that are damning the purchase of many school supplies for their children, I choose to be grateful.
It's the most wonderful time of the year!
We act like we’re doing the schools and the teachers a favor.
It’s almost that time of year when I’ll have to fork over at least $300 (but probably much more), on the annual school supply
It's Teacher Appreciation Week, folks: #ThankATeacher.