Boston, MA May 22, 2007 -- FamilyEducation ( FamilyEducation.com), a leading resource on the Internet for parents, announced today that Meghan Gocke is the Web site's new editorial director. Formerly FamilyEducation's managing editor, Gocke brings nearly 10 years of online editorial experience to her new position."With Meghan's deep understanding of online publishing for parents and her proven publishing success, FamilyEducation will continue to grow and thrive as the first place parents turn to for family information," said Jess Brallier, publisher. "She has a strong vision of how to reach parents online with practical guidance and resources that help them raise happy, healthy children."Prior to joining FamilyEducation, Gocke served as associate editor of Time Inc.'s parenting Web sites, ParentTime.com and Parenting.com. She will be based in FamilyEducation's Boston office.The first family and parenting advice site on the Internet, FamilyEducation launched more than a decade ago and today is the Internet's most visited site for parents who are involved, committed and responsive to their families' needs. In 2007, FamilyEducation's audience continues to grow, with page views for April increasing nearly 100 percent over last year. FamilyEducation offers tips on raising a child; strategies for getting involved in children's learning; fun and entertaining activities for babies and toddlers, preschoolers and school-age children; online learning-based educational games, as well as family-friendly advice on everything from dieting tips for parents, such as healthy breakfast ideas and teen nutrition, to picking the right family pet. About FamilyEducation
FamilyEducation ( FamilyEducation.com) is the leading online publisher of practical parenting guidance, expert family advice, printables, skill-building exercises and activities for children. FamilyEducation.com is dedicated to educating parents and parents-to-be so they can raise healthy, educated and well-rounded children. FamilyEducation is a business of Pearson Education, the world's largest integrated education company, which in turn is part of Pearson (NYSE: PSO), the international media company. Pearson's other primary operations include the Financial Times Group and the Penguin Group.