We live in a culture that increasingly suggests that success is about numbers—test scores, grades, and college acceptance rates. Parents know that success is about more than just these metrics, but they need tools and information to help raise kids who will be happy, healthy, meaningful contributors to the world around them. Research tells us that children need emotional support, parental supervision, adequate sleep, healthy eating habits, physical and intellectual challenges, resilience, and time to reflect, play, and plan. In our parent education courses, workshops, and videos, parents benefit from hearing university-based research translated into practical, everyday strategies that they can use to help guide their parenting behavior and raise kids who will thrive.