My son doesn’t care how many marathons I have run, or if I graduated from college, or if I earned a driver’s license, or took my own first steps years ago. He cares about the individual experiences of each moment, everyday.
Across the nation, many schools are taking steps to integrate different academic disciplines, some adding art studies into traditional STEM curricula, as part of a growing effort to better connect science and technology with innovative thinking.
Brooklyn Beckham, son of David and Victoria Beckham, was featured on a magazine cover, and his appearance was met with a slew of inappropriate comments from older women. If the tables were turned, would parents allow the harassment?
While many parents grapple with an "empty nest" once their kids leave home, some enjoy the presence of their adult children for longer than expected. It's up to each family to gauge what works, and when it's best for kids to leave for good.
All kids are gifted and talented. Whether in the classroom, or beyond school walls, in sometimes obvious ways, or possibly in more subtle ways, every kid has something to share, waiting to be unwrapped.
Could you imagine working at a job 24 hours a day, with no breaks, no vacations, and no pay, all for the service of a ruthless associate? Who would want that position? More people than you might expect.
Game of Thrones: Sunday's episode featured the demise of King Joffrey, known by fans of the 'Game of Thrones' series as a dangerous, spoiled king. Could the fictional king teach real parents what happens when they fail to set boundaries for their kids?
Three new books released this spring – two new hardcovers and one released for the first time in paperback – feature turtles and tortoises, and offer lessons in taking time to stop and experience the world around us.
The trailer of the new Disney network show 'Girl Meets World' – the spin-off of the 1990s ABC series 'Boy Meets World' – has lit up the web, getting adults excited to re-visit their teen years as Cory and Topanga become parents.
As the nation learns of a school stabbing in Pennsylvania and prepares to mark the 15th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting, a question creeps into mind: Are parents and kids used to bracing for violence in schools?