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Estate planning for college students … really?

What most new college students don't fully grasp is that for the first time in their lives, they are truly outside of their parents control. For that reason, they should look at some basic estate…

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Back to school: Legal planning for student renters

As summer vacation comes to a close, the hunt for student housing begins. While renting a first home or apartment is a thrilling first step into adulthood, dealing with the legal issues associated…

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Kids need to balance homework, TV, computer

During the school year, parents need to limit their child's play time on the computer and time spent in front of the television until homework is done.

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What are germiest places at school?

From pencil sharpeners to lunch boxes, check out the dirtiest places in schools.

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Is your child being bullied?

Bullies are a common problem in schools today. How you handle bullying can have a large impact on this and future situations, and set the stage for what is and is not appropriate behavior for your…

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A-Z guide to handling report cards

What's a parent to do when a child comes home with a blemished report card? An educational psychologist has some tips.

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Ex-student sues college over C+

A former graduate student is suing her alma mater over a C-plus she got in chemistry.

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Wealthy colleges sue students over defaulted loans

Several reputable universities are taking former students to court in an attempt to collect on past-due Perkins student loan payments.

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Deaf boy asked to change sign language name

A deaf preschooler in Nebraska is asked to change the way he signs his name after being told the sign looked like a gun.

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School district finds typo on 8K diplomas

Some high school graduates in Maryland may have to wait a little longer to fill their empty certificate cases after district officials said the word "program" was found misspelled on about 8,000…

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