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Parents sue San Diego school district over Islamophobia bullying policy

A legal group and six parents have filed a lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of a San Diego Unified School District plan to protect Muslim students from bullying. “It’s our position that the anti-bullying policies should protect all students regardless of ethnicity and affiliation,...

'Lotus Birth:' What Experts Say About Cutting the Cord

Experts are skeptical about the neonatal practice of "lotus birth," in which parents opt out of severing their newborn's umbilical cord.

Thursday Humor? Welcome To Utopia University

Welcome To Utopia University, "a wonderful place to learn everything your parents taught you was wrong." "It's not based on reality, it's based on your reality" "I will punch you if you're a fascist." "our commitment to diversity means...Show More Summary

San Diego schools sued over anti-Islamophobia campaign

4 hours agoReligion / Islam : On Faith

Six parents have sued the San Diego school district, alleging that its anti-Islamophobia campaign favors Islam over other religions and grants special protections to Muslim students.

O.C. offers top-quality dance and theater training for kids this summer

Parents no longer have to trek to L.A. to enable young performers to work with seasoned pros.

This Is How George and Amal Clooney Are Getting Ready For The Twins

5 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

George and Amal Clooney are already our #CouplesGoals, and soon, they're going to be our #ParentGoals. The couple is expecting twins any day now and they are anxiously counting down the days to being parents. [Photo: Splash] With their...Show More Summary

To Nurture Compassionate Children, Start At Birth

Parents, caregivers and teachers often focus on teaching children to speak, to read and even to play. We also need to focus on helping to build children’s capacity for compassion, empathy and constructive experiences with others. These are called social-emotional skills, and they are vital to children’s success in school and life. Show More Summary

63-Year-Old Father Receives College Degree With His Son

At your typical graduation, parents are somewhere beaming in the audience as their kid switches their tassel to the left. But last Friday, 63-year-old Duvinson Jeanty was right alongside his son receiving a bachelor’s degree of his own. Duvinson...Show More Summary

Dad's Shares Safety Warning For Parents Whose Kids Play Baseball

A Pennsylvania dad’s viral Facebook post is spreading a safety message for parents of young baseball players. On May 16, John Curtin posted a photo of his son’s Under Armour heart guard shirt ? a special garment designed to protect athletes...Show More Summary

Older Americans Are More Millennial Than Millennials

To understand both changes to the workforce and changing attitudes toward work, don’t watch young people. Watch their parents (and uncles, aunts, and grandparents).

Organized sports not enough to fulfill activity requirements

Organized sports don't provide children with nearly as much exercise as many parents might expect, according to a new study.

How You Can (Accidentally) Raise a Narcissist - and How Not To

The following article written by David Ludden was first featured on one of our favorite sites, YourTango. Parents, the world is relying on you to prevent another narcissist. Since the 1970s, "self-esteem" has been a buzzword among parents, teachers, and psychologists. Show More Summary

Young people troubled by romantic relationships, sexual harassment

A new report finds that young people struggle with romantic relationships and rampant misogyny and sexual harassment, but parents and other adults have commonly failed to address these problems.

Baby boxes, sleep education reduced bed-sharing in first week of infancy

Bed-sharing, the unsafe practice in which parents sleep in the same bed as their babies, is associated with sleep-related deaths in infants, including sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and accidental suffocation and strangulation in bed. Show More Summary

Toy unboxing: It's a thing; it's lucrative but sensitive

The global social media phenomenon of toy unboxing is causing concern for parents and other child welfare advocates. Now new research recommends regulation to address it.

Court Rules Hospital Can Overrule Parents and Yank Their Disabled Son’s Life Support

A second court has now doomed 9-months-old Charlie Gard to die inside a London hospital. The UK Court of Appeal ruled this morning against the plea of parents Connie Yates and Chris Gard that they be allowed to take their failing son out of a British hospital for experimental treatment in the U.S. The decision […]

Can parents' tech obsessions contribute to a child's bad behavior?

About half of parents reported that technology interrupted time with their children three or more times on a typical day. Even in low amounts, interruptions to parent-child time caused by digital technology are associated with greater child behavior problems, a new study suggests.

Kids, parents alike worried about privacy with internet-connected toys

Researchers have conducted a new study that explores the attitudes and concerns of both parents and children who play with internet-connected toys. Through a series of in-depth interviews and observations, the researchers found thatShow More Summary

How focusing on parent-child relationships can prevent child maltreatment

In order to help children facing maltreatment, the relationship between the parent and child is key, argues an expert.

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