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Special Education Resources for Massachusetts Parents Posted on Feb 18

Special Education Resources for Massachusetts Parents

Massachusetts parents of children with learning disabilities can find special education resources through their local public school district or through the Executive Office of Education (EDU) — primarily at the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (ESE) — to ensure their child receives an education   …Continue Reading Special Education Resources for Massachusetts Parents

Back to School Safety Tips for Parents Posted on Aug 12

Back to School Safety Tips for Parents

With the end of summer vacation just around the corner, students and parents alike begin to prepare for the upcoming school year. While kids are probably more concerned with making the last days of summer count, parents want to make sure their child is not   …Continue Reading Back to School Safety Tips for Parents

College Tips for Students and Families: Applying to College and for Financial Aid Posted on Sep 19

College Tips for Students and Families: Applying to College and for Financial Aid

With the rising costs of higher education, earning a college degree and getting a good job after graduating can seem daunting. To help residents achieve this goal, Massachusetts provides information and resources to guide students and their families through the process of applying to college   …Continue Reading College Tips for Students and Families: Applying to College and for Financial Aid

The Stress-Free Back to School Checklist for Parents Posted on Aug 8

The Stress-Free Back to School Checklist for Parents

The end of the summer is approaching, which means that the start of classes for elementary and secondary schools is almost here. Whether you’re sending your children off to school for the first time or a seasoned pro at packing lunches and getting them to   …Continue Reading The Stress-Free Back to School Checklist for Parents