The Speaking Exchange connects Brazilian youth with US seniors, facilitating one-to-one online video chats that help build language skills for foreign students and interpersonal connections for the senior mentors. Could we replicate this kind of mentoring across the US?
Do you remember that one teacher that had the biggest impact on your life, in and out of the classroom?
Dracula's Castle - also known as Bran Castle in Transylvania, is for sale. Moving is hard enough with kids, without your new home having hundreds of years of spooky legends attached to it.
May is National Bike Month, and there are lots of opportunities to get outside now and enjoy bicycling in your own town.
Ben Affleck has bulked up for his latest movie role as 'Batman'. Holy Pectorals! Is this too much for kids looking for a hero? Super-sized muscles drawn in comic books are one thing to explain to kids, but what happens when a real actor seems larger than life?
Teachers in the US are typically recognized for one week in May, but students and their parents can take inspiration from global school traditions that make teacher appreciation a daily practice.
A student-created ad raising awareness about proposed Texas legislation supporting nursing moms has raised eyebrows, specifically for its direct visuals. How can the public lovingly respond to the public nursing debate?
Carrie Fisher is getting fit for her reprisal of her Princess Leia role in 'Star Wars: Episode VII.' The 'Star Wars' series serve as a bridge between generations, and a lesson that Carrie Fisher – or any princess – is more than her bikini.
Does the future belong to graduates, or do graduates now belong to the past? A more inspiring idea than it first seems, drawing from a personal history can give the future special meaning.
Maddie Ziegler's dance in the video for the pop song 'Chandelier' sends mixed messages that potentially deter from the young dancer's talent. Is there a balance between compromising with trends and compromising a child?
Teens who 'never' or 'hardly ever' read for fun has gone from 8 percent to 22 percent in 10 years, according to a Common Sense Media report. What can parents do to help reverse the drop?
Mother's Day query: What would happen if we viewed stay-at-home moms like CEOs and invited them to address college graduates? Perhaps the rest of the world, young women most importantly, might stop disparaging the role.