Why You Should Never Teach Cats to Swim

You can’t teach cats to swim unless you’re going to teach them how to swim.That’s because, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cat-related injuries are twice as common as shark-related ones, and nearly a third of all cats have been struck by cars while in their own water.In the past few years, […]

How to talk to children about mental health in your school

In the UK, a young child who has been diagnosed with a mental health condition will have to undergo a series of screening tests to make sure they are in good health and do not pose a risk to others.In the US, parents are responsible for the care of their children when they are under […]

How to Get Out of School Welfare: Why You Need to Know Your Rights

A little-known federal law, dubbed “The First Inaugural Scholarship Act,” has the power to lift tens of millions of Americans out of poverty and to make it easier for them to stay on the straight and narrow.The federal law was introduced in 2010 as part of the National College Health Insurance Program, or NCHEIP, a […]

What’s Next for the Rochester Education Welfare?

Rochester, New York—The Rochester Education Department is still working to determine how the city will respond to the devastating wildfires that devastated much of western New York in 2016.Residents, school districts, and even businesses were left without basic services and services for many years.The city is currently in a recovery phase and is preparing to […]

What is the education welfare system?

A system of welfare benefits paid to parents who are unemployed or otherwise unable to support a child.The federal government is paying about $11 billion a year in welfare benefits for parents with children under 18.According to the Department of Labor, those payments are the equivalent of $5.6 billion a month.But what are the benefits […]

What to do if you’re on a welfare education benefit, but don’t know where to turn for help

Education Welfare Trust’s Education welfare program offers free or discounted tutoring and assessment for children who need it most.But many parents of students on the program are struggling to find enough resources to help them navigate a difficult education journey.