Whether it’s a school or camp, here are a few places to keep your little ones busy all summer
Where adults can take classes in Fairfield
Fuel your brain and maximize your learning potential through healthy new school cafeteria food choices.
Q&As with Fairfield’s Top Teachers
Up close with our Top Teens’ favorite teachers
Easing into the start of a new school year
Studying another language isn’t just for school kids.
Inspired classes and services for students with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome at IDEA for Autism, Inc.
Parents serve their children best when we plan for their education at an early age.
McLuhan issued that prophecy at a time when most students graduating from law, medical, dental, engineering and other professional schools had a reasonable expectation that they were mostly prepared for a long career in their respective fields. That assurance is not even an illusion today.
Boys are different than girls. They listen differently, mature differently, and lead their lives at a different pace.
Independent schools believe that balance is essential in everyone’s life, and that athletics is one part of achieving that balance.
The number of mandated tests is required of students is up. How is your child coping?
Westport Magazine heads back to school with a savvy 50-plus set, one that orchestrates its own adult learning program for minimal “tuition, and all for the love of learning and friendship.
Being 50-plus with a passion for learning is the only prerequsite for this all-volunteer education program at Norwalk Community College.
A Better Chance of Darien celebrates twenty-five years of providing talented minority girls with a top-notch education.
The dark side of young love can begin with excessive text messaging and end with scars that last a lifetime.
High school students routinely apply to more than twenty colleges. Has the process gotten totally out of hand?
Art classes for toddlers, computers in the classroom,
language development for babies — education is a
different landscape than it was just a generation ago.
Here’s a look at area illustrators who gave life to famous children’s book characters from Harold to Ferdinand.
More and more teens are “huffing,” “snorting” and “bowling” for a high. Learn about the youth predators in your home or pharmacy.
Weston’s Stuart Gibson paired Western business principles and humor to help save the treasures of the Hermitage Museum.