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TIMBERLANE REGIONAL SCHOOLS VIRTUAL LIBRARY
The teenage years, HELP!
Michele Borba, educational psychologist, parent expert and author of "UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World." said, "Expectations are huge, the social scene is huge, peer pressure is enormous, college applications are due, peers matter more than parents do, and psychologically and physiologically, there are a lot of changes."
This guide may help ease some tensions, take a look around the resources are varied and aimed at teen parenting.
A Parents’ Guide to Suicide Prevention How to Support Your High School or College Student
Each day in America, nearly 3,500 high school students attempt suicide. Among college students, suicide is the second leading cause of death in the country. Supporting a student who struggles with mental health can be difficult for parents and they may not know where to start. This guide provides resources and expert advice to help parents compassionately care for high school and college students and make sure they get the professional services they need.
The NHHC welcomes all those interested in homeschooling. We support all reasons for homeschooling and are not tied to any particular method, religion or philosophy. With over 5000 homeschooled students in New Hampshire, the statewide New Hampshire Homeschooling Coalition functions as an important source of information.
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National Education Association
Parent Articles and Resources
Developed through a joint effort between NEA and National Parent Teacher Association (PTA), these two-page guides provide parents and caregivers with fundamental tools to encourage their children's success in school.
http://www.cec.sped.org – The Council for Exceptional Children (a professional organization for teachers, administrators, parents, and other individuals interested in the education of students with disabilities.
http://www.parentcenterhub.org – The Center for Parent Information and Resources is a valuable source of information concerning children with disabilities and their families.
http://www.ldonline.org – This is the leading website on learning disabilities, learning disorders and differences. Parents and teachers of children with learning disabilities will find authoritative guidance on attention deficit disorder, ADD/ADHD, and other disabilities that affect learning.
http://www.parentinformationcenter.org – The Parent Information Center (PIC) is a New Hampshire-based resource for parents and/guardians who seek additional information about the special education process and other relevant information related to students with educational disabilities. They offer workshops and newsletters to interested people.
http://www.wrightslaw.com – This site provides parents and educators with information about special education legislation and related information.
N.H. Rules for the Education of Children with Disabilities
The newly adopted N.H. Rules for the Education of Children with Disabilities which went into effect on March 24, 2017.
Parenting New Hampshire
A source of information for New Hampshire families. Regular features include product round-ups, profiles of individuals involved in children’s lives, a calendar of family events and monthly columns that offer expert perspectives on health and education issues. Parenting New Hampshire also aims to connect readers with family-related businesses and services around the state that can enrich or simplify their lives.