(USA) provides parents of school-aged children with free access to information and resources to give them the answers they need — plus activities and articles that make learning together more fun for everyone. There’s no doubt about it — raising kids in the “wired world” where bullying, learning disability diagnosis, childhood obesity and divorce rates are at all time highs isn’t easy … (about 1/2).

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About 2/2: … Most parents intuitively know what multiple studies have proven: family involvement improves kids’ success at school.

Parents want to do the best they can for their kids but often don’t have the right information to help them navigate today’s complicated world. With the vast Internet at their fingertips, not having enough information is rarely a problem for parents. The bigger issue is knowing how to find the best information fast. is a one-stop source of information for all parents’ educational, developmental, and parenting questions.

In using, parents:

  • Have free access to thousands of articles. We’ve teamed up with the world’s leading teachers, psychologists, universities, non-profits, and research organizations to offer highly credible parenting, developmental, and educational information that is current, well organized, and easy to understand.
  • Can print hundreds of activities — sorted by grade level and topic — to help make learning at home more fun.
  • Have the ability to get support from and share advice with’s community of thousands of parents and experts.
  • Can use our SchoolFinder tool to learn more about their current schools or research new ones.
  • Have access to “best of breed” academic services including online tutoring services, math programs, educational games, and online early reading programs.

Having launched the site just over a year ago, now welcomes nearly a million unique visitors each month and recent data indicates four million page views per month (comScore Media Metrix, June 2008). Being a parent is a tough job and is here to make sure no one has to do it alone.

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