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YouTube Sensation Bethany Mota Says She'll Make Videos Until She's 60

Bethany Mota began making Web videos when she was 13 years old. Home schooled and cyber bullied, the California teen says she used YouTube as an outlet, a "safe place" for herself and anyone like her. From make-up tutorials, to fashion chats to DIY, six years in, she is one of the biggest YouTube stars with more than 9.1 million subscribers. Show More Summary

The Effort To Stop Campus Rape Is Finally Starting To Focus On High Schools

A provision in the Senate’s proposed rewrite of the nation's main education law governing K-12 schools would push for more sex education that focuses on dating violence, sexual assault and stalking. The Teach Safe Relationships Act of...Show More Summary

Kylie Jenner Graduates High School!!!

If a headline mentions Kylie Jenner, it is safe to assume that she is up to no good.  For instance, recently, Kylie appeared to be driving drunk in a Snapchat video. But, in a rare moment, Kylie Jenner has made headlines for something...Show More Summary

Chelsea Houska's Changing Hair: From Brown, to Red, to Blond and Back Again (PHOTOS)

Post by Lauren Brown. It's safe to say that Chelsea Houska's life has drastically changed since we first met her on 16 and Pregnant. She's no longer with her baby daddy Adam Lind, she finished cosmetology school and got her license, and she's got an amazing new boyfriend -- Cole DeBoer. Show More Summary

This Program Employs Veterans to Get Chicago Kids to School Safely

When Chiraq takes more American lives than Iraq, you know you have a problem.

Kids Prick Up Their Ears When Sexual Pleasure Is Taught in School

On one end of the sex-education spectrum, there’s the nuts-and-bolts, non-judgmental technique of teaching safe sex — say, putting condoms on bananas in front of a class of snickering middle-schoolers. On the other end, there’s shame-and-scare tactics intended to lock down unmarried genitals. Show More Summary

In Tanzania, Where Albino Children Are Targeted by Witch Doctors, One School is Keeping Them Safe

In an overcrowded school in northern Tanzania, hundreds of albino children have found a safe haven from a culture that perceives them as demons or ghosts.

11 Lies People (And My Mom) Told Me About Drugs

You have to be really high to believe some of this stuff. When I was a kid, I remember being terrified about going to junior high school. My mom told me that kids were going to try and force me to do drugs. I wouldn’t be safe at recess, or in the halls. Show More Summary

How To Keep Your Kids Safe Online This Summer

School's out for summer — meaning there's lots of time for web surfing

Florida State quarterback suspended after reportedly punching a female student at a bar

For all the success Jameis Winston brought to Florida State, it’s safe to say that there were more than a few in Tallahassee perfectly happy to see the controversial Seminole leave for the NFL. Now another quarterback at the school has gotten into trouble, leading to an indefinite suspension from Coach Jimbo Fisher on Thursday. Florida State did […]

Why Aren't Schools Safe?

School Safety; It's something that should be a given, but in era of bullies and violence, it's simply not. Now, don't get me wrong. I am not referring to the "those kids were mean to me" kind of bully that will unfortunately always exist. Show More Summary

20 Brilliant Summertime Hacks to Survive the Heat with Kids

Post by Suzee Skwiot. School is out, the days are longer, and the sun is finally out. You know what time it is: Summertime! And while the kids are back home, enjoying their vacation, finding ways to keep them entertained, and safe during the summer is Mom's number one priority. Show More Summary

Devastated Dad Mourns Son Lost to 'Safer' Sport

When Curtis Baushke was in elementary school, he played both baseball and soccer, but he eventually narrowed it down to just soccer, partly because "he wanted to play a safe sport" after being hit by a few baseball pitches, his dad tells the New York Times. But Curtis, talented at...

How to Stop the Carnage

Americans are safe at: a) movie theaters b) elementary and high schools c) military bases d) places of worship e) colleges f) one of the above Yet most of us are silent as one more senseless mass shooting traumatizes a community, this time in South Carolina. Show More Summary

How to Stop the Carnage

Americans are safe at: a) movie theaters b) elementary and high schools c) military bases d) places of worship e) colleges f) one of the above Yet most of us are silent as one more senseless mass shooting traumatizes a community, this time in South Carolina. Show More Summary

?Gunshot-sensing technology installed in first U.S. high school

last monthNews / Crime : Crimesider

Advocates say it'll keep schools safe; but could it also invade students' privacy?

Autism and Wandering: How ABA can Help Keep Kids Safe

In October 2013, a 14-year-old boy by the name of Avonte Oquendo wandered away from his class and out of his school. The security cameras outside of his school captured him darting across the street until he was no longer visible. This is the last footage ever seen of him alive. Show More Summary

Weekend Deals: Sam’s Club, Children’s Museum, Kidgits, Concentrics

Sugarloaf Mills to Host Kidgits Events: On June 13 from 1 – 4 p.m., join the Sixth Annual Safe Summer Event and Back to School Party. Kids will enjoy crafts, giveaways, safety stations and...

Oklahoma Will Now Require Schools to Teach Sexual Assault Prevention

2 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has signed a new bill into law that requires school districts in the state to develop rape and sexual assault prevention curriculum. The Safe Schools Act was promoted by the feminist knitting circle turned...Show More Summary

Protect kids, promote vaccines

Parents in Illinois send a child to school with the expectation that he or she will be safe from common childhood diseases because the other students have been vaccinated. But in many classrooms, that's not true.

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