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Last Updated: 02/23/2018

 Article of Interest - Parenting

Just Released! Helping Your Child Series
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The U.S. Department of Education is reissuing Helping Your Child, a popular publication series for families and caregivers. The booklets have been updated with new information, including the latest research-based practices for helping children learn. These colorful booklets offer practical activities to stimulate children's learning and a list of resources such as books, computer programs and Web sites that adults and children can enjoy together.

Select titles of the 12-booklet series available this school year include Helping Your Child Become a Reader; Helping Your Preschool Child; Helping Your Child With Homework; Helping Your Child Through Early Adolescence, a new manuscript; and Helping Your Child Succeed in School. The first three, which are available in both English and Spanish, may be ordered through the Department's publication center at 1-877-4ED-PUBS, while supplies last.

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