Website created to house resources for parents with children struggling with behavior at home. Got a kindergartener who refuses to practice their sight words? An out-of-sorts elementary schooler who’s experiencing nightmares? A middle schooler whose math teacher just informed you they haven’t turned in an assignment since April? Or siblings who squabble about anything and everything all day, every day? You’re not alone, says Judith Harrison, an associate professor at the Rutgers Graduate School of Education. To read the full story.
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