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More and more South African parents are finding that Montessori and Waldorf schools are a delightful alternative to the short-back-and-sides, outcomes-based mainstream.
Child-development experts argue that, in our efforts to shield our children from temporary pain, we are raising a generation of permanent quitters; by not allowing our children to fail, we are failing our children.
Child magazine gives practical advice on how to tackle certain key issues at the start of a new school year
We've compiled a guide to help you with morning strategies, homework, lunchboxes and more
Figuring out what your child’s report card actually means can be more complicated than you think
The stress of exams can affect not only children, but also parents and teachers
Ensuring youngsters are skilled can give them a better chance at finding a job when the time comes
Tips for helping children with ADD and ADHD study for tests.
Many parents are starting to wonder whether a no-homework policy can really work
Deciding to homeschool your child can be a big decision. Here are some answers to common questions about home education.

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