A girl wrote to DC Comics and asked why they don't include more female superheroes in their comics. The company replied with an image of her turned into a superhero, but is that enough?
Parents may have a reason to update their privacy settings and be picky about what they post online: people stealing photos and passing off strangers' kids as their own.
On February 6, the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s announced a policy to ban Iranian students applying for selected graduate programs.
Parents across the country waited for the NBC mini-series 'The Slap' to start a discussion on corporal punishment. What they received instead was a host of dysfunctional family values.
Parents are fuming after their middle school students were given a 'Fifty Shades of Grey' word search in school. It serves as a good reminder that checking worksheets and assignments is still important.
David Beckham is suave, sophisticated, a world-class athlete, and a humanitarian. Now all he needs to do is not embarrass his teenage son. That might be the hardest feat of all.
Searching for a clip-on tie for a job interview, a young man encountered a mentoring moment with a Target staff member.
A young boy in Texas was suspended for threatening a classmate with an imaginary ring made popular in J.R.R. Tolkien books. As educators and legislators look to reform school discipline, are these cases a step backward?