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Working guys all over Washington want to lean out and see more of their kids.

Does your child like to cook? Play computer games? Horseback-ride? These camps offer something for every interest.

Check out the latest information on more than 300 private schools. Learn about boarding, coed, single sex, and special-needs private schools in DC, Maryland, and Virginia.

375 of the area’s best financial experts. Plus: Why Washingtonians are bad investors.

This grandmother learns a lesson in a new age of health-obsessed, helicopter parenting.

Features

I need to know the world will be safe for my biracial granddaughter.
Work hard (to a point), imagine your boss as a child on a long car ride, ditch the cologne, and other tips for working your way up the ladder.
Washington’s parks and playgrounds are filling up with a new breed of high-achieving moms and dads who want to do everything by the book. But trying to be a perfect parent is not only exhausting—it’s also bad for kids.
Where to go if you want to learn something new.
Sleep-away camps give kids a chance to reinvent themselves and practice being independent. But saying goodbye can be hard, especially for parents.
I’ve been fishing since I was a teen. Now I share with my son the lessons of patience and the secrets of the waterways that flow through our home ground. You never know what unlikely spot will turn out to be a honey hole.