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Electronic Products—QuickTips

Tough Issues– 6 QuickTips Set

Post on your website, email to parents, print on demand for a full year!

Receive an electronic version of each of the six QuickTips brochures in this series to give parents the support they need when they are facing tough issues with their children.

Titles include: (Sold only as a series - individual titles not available electronically.)

Dealing with the Tough Issues...

  • The Disrespectful, Angry Child - outlines some possible causes of angry, disrespectful behavior in children and what parents can do to help. Includes ideas for a discipline plan to teach respect at home and suggestions for where to get help if they need it.
  • Popularity & Friendship Problems - teaches parents how to help their child make and keep friends, avoid peer pressure, and suggests what to do if friends are having a negative influence.
  • The Apathetic Child - apathetic children leave parents and educators at a loss. This QuickTip has answers. It describes the apathetic child, possible causes, and gives advice on what parents can do to combat apathy.
  • Violence - addresses violence and how parents can help dispel the perception that violence is OK. Gives parents tips for helping their child handle the anger, conflicts, sadness and stress that can lead to violent behavior.
  • Bullies - helps parents teach children ways of handling bullies, and how to avoid them. Parents will feel more at ease as they help their child avoid a bad experience.
  • Gangs - teaches that gangs include kids from all socioeconomic levels. Helps parents spot gangs, learn why children join, and how to keep their child safe.

Yearly Electronic Subscription Price:

Subscription Size 1st
School Building $104


Small District
Up to 2,500


Medium District
up to 25,000


Large District
over 25,000


Regional Education
Service Agency/PIRC

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For assistance with your order, please call The Parent Institute at 1-800-756-5525 and read them your session ID: W00299