On the day of the downlink, Shaker students from grades K–12, teachers, parents, and guests watched select students ask the astronauts questions, who were viewed live on a large screen.
For some, reading is a vexing task that can result in feelings of inadequacy, frustration, and even tears. Here are some tips on how to foster a love of reading with all children.
"Art in Bloom" early childhood annual art show appears in the 2017 Promising Partnership Practices collection, a yearly journal published by Johns Hopkins University.
14-year-old Rachel Sumrada from Wickliffe High School overcame the obstacle of having a prosthetic leg and earned a spot as a majorette.
How can we teach children to listen and learn to be open to something other than what they are used to in their families?
Thinking about sending your kids to college can be stressful, scary, happy and sad. But parents can find support, resources and expert advice from Getting Our Babies to College 101.
The Science Center's newest special exhibition allows rail fans of all ages to get a closer look at the world of the railroads from locomotives to cabooses through hands-on exhibits.
Parents and caregivers, start a positive reading habit and join the 21-day reading challenge at Perry Public Library.
Here are 10 reasons why hosting an exchange student is full of opportunity and rich rewards.
All year long, kids are inspired to follow their passions while role playing as doctors, veterinarians, nurses and pharmacists at Little Medical School of Northeast Ohio.