FLVS Introduces Agriscience Foundations 1

Have you ever considered a career in agriculture?  According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), agriculture and related industries make up 11 percent […]

Finding Success with Florida Virtual School

This post was written by Tangela Walker-Craft, parent of a recent graduate and FLVS Flex student. I attended traditional public schools from Kindergarten through 12th […]

Strategy & Smiles: Board Games Combine Learning With Fun for the Whole Family!

Not just fun, board games benefit learning with a roll of the dice! For family fun that mix laughter with learning, you can’t beat a […]

Stay on Track this Summer with Online Courses

The 2019-20 school year challenged students, teachers, and parents in unique ways as school closures transformed the way most students attend school. Now that summer is in full […]

What to Do When Teachers Strike

A Guide for Parents of School-Aged Children Job action, work to rule, or strike, whatever the name, when school days are interrupted, learning can be […]

How To Deal With A Bad Report Card (And Make The Next One Better)

Bad report cards can be very stressful for both parents and the students receiving them. It can cause tension between you and your child and […]

16 Tips For Talking To Your Child About Report Cards (& Making The Most Of The Results)

Report cards are one of the most nerve-wracking parts of your child’s education. Not knowing what to expect can be stressful for both students and […]

11 Tips For Helping Your Child Manage A Lot Of Homework

One of the easiest ways for students to develop confidence in class is being able to turn in homework completed and on time. But in […]

Your Step-By-Step Guide To Writing An Academic Essay (& Review Checklist)

Writing a formal essay can be scary! It requires a lot more work and research than other assignments, and there are many rules to follow […]

Cyberbullying On the Rise in U.S. Schools, Federal Report Finds

The report found that roughly a third of middle and high schools reported disciplinary problems stemming from cyberbullying at least once a week or daily.

Failure to launch: Parents are barriers to teen independence

Failure to launch: Parents are barriers to teen independence: “This process of transitioning...

How To Study At Home (Without Getting Distracted)

Studying at home has its perks: it’s a comfortable, low-pressure environment. However, there are a few reasons it can be difficult to study at home; […]

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