The phrase 'stay in touch' has more meaning than ever before. With online networks, graduates can maintain connections with friends and share knowledge long after the classroom collaboration ends.
There are teenage babysitters, and then there are the parents of babysitters, those who make sure they’re sitting for the sitter as a figure of authority.
As California struggles with a drought that has lasted for months and West Virginia slowly regains potable water after a chemical spill, one writer wonders if kids understand where water comes from when it flows from the tap.
Wake-up calls, such as the recent winter storm in Atlanta, are a good reminder to prepare our families for emergencies. Every household in America should have a wide-awake discussion about how to be prepared for various disaster situations.
Even after the kids' graduation, some parents still wake in the night asking: Honey, did we finish the homework? And just wait what they bring home from the Classroom of Real Life.