education

The holiday gift-giving season can be a particularly trying time for those shopping for teens. But don’t stress. Cool gift ideas abound, no matter what your teens’ tastes and interests are.
Often military families are so preoccupied with the logistics of PCSing, that the academic needs of the child gets overlooked. Here are a few quick tips to help your child have a smooth take-off fr
Are you a parent who works long hours? A single parent? A parent with several children? Or just one of the many busy parents trying to keep up with the demands of everyday life?
Near the end of my junior year of high school, I received news that shook my 17-year-old world.
Have a little one going into kindergarten next year? Check out these 10 fast facts about DODEA's program:
1. Kindergarten is a full day program.
Families stationed in Europe typically send their children to the Department of Defense Education Activity Schools.
Here it is!! The big day. You may be really excited about this or really nervous.
Some duty stations in Europe do not have DOD schools in some or all grades.
Do you want a graduate education you can put instantly and daily to use? How about one that enables you to consume and understand current events and contribute to critical discourse about them?
Military life is such a transient one. We move every three to five years, which sometimes leaves spouses looking for a new job just as often. This can be extremely challenging!
Deployments are never easy, no matter if it is your first, or if you and your spouse have weathered a few assignments together.
Keep your child’s summer fun with programs available through Army Child, Youth and School Services and Force Support Squadron Youth Services!
CYS programs
Learning loss is the summertime fear of every teacher. While your little ones have spent the summer months playing outside or at the local pool, chances are some learning loss has occurred.
The last of the boxes have been taped and your household goods are on their way to a new installation.
Being stationed overseas does not mean that there is a lack of exciting, educational and entertaining summer activities for school-age kids.
So you are planning a PCS move stateside this summer and you are worried about schools?