A viral video featuring little girls standing up to discrimination with some strong words has gone viral. While the message is clear, the aim of the video is not as much. Is the company that produced the video selling equality, or t-shirts?
Caitlin Prater-Haacke of Calgary, Alberta turned her own bullying into a movement of positive messages for hundreds of classmates. Filmmaker Lee Hirsch, creator of the anti-bullying film "Bully" is among her more vocal supporters.
Wednesday, Oct. 15 marks the test date for the PSAT, best known as the pretest exam for the SAT. While millions of teens sharpen their pencils, parents can sharpen what they know about their teens by scanning social media.
Dozens of parents in Florida have been arrested for failing to take their kids to elementary school, resulting in some cases to kids missing multiple grade advancements because of truancy. How can other parents lend a hand?
A new study published by professors at Emory University tries to scientifically prove what it takes to be in a successful marriage. But what happens when real life doesn't stand up to the stats, and a marriage is successful despite the numbers?
A creepy clown case in the UK has been reported, shortly after clowns creeped out locals in a California city last week. The pranks remind parents to properly prep kids who might not be ready for Halloween tricks.
Celebrities often wear many hats, sometimes including children’s book author. The results can sometimes miss their target, while at other times a celebrity's views shared in a storybook characters can charm readers.
Time magazine released its list of most influential teens for 2014, including celebrities, artists, scientists, fashion designers, and more. There are some traits that teens can cultivate that can help them make an impact wherever they live.
A YouTube video of Dropbox employees and local kids vying over a public field in San Francisco has gone viral. The video, and the resulting public rally, point to some potential oversights in how public space is used.
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When parents lead business ventures with their kids, sometimes kids can get lost in the venture. However, one dad recently showed on national television that the most important leadership skill is knowing when to step back.
Monday, the documentary 'Bully' makes its way to television audiences. The 2011 film has become a training tool for parents and educators aiming to end bullying violence, but it takes more than just watching the film to create a lasting impact.
Thea, a fictional teen bride, and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai are part of the story of how the Internet has become the most valuable tool for raising awareness for international girls' rights.
October is National Bully Prevention Awareness Month, and its important for parents, students, and schools to define bullying and differentiate it from other forms of behavior in order to address bullying problems swiftly.
One mother receives a drawing from her preschooler depicting her least favorite features in bright, vibrant color, leading her to dive into the realm of the body-image acceptance, and the multiple factors that shape the discussion.
On Tuesday, music stars came out in droves to launch a music channel and support a charity. To parents, this scenario might have been reminiscent of the 1980s, but for kids watching today, it's a whole new package.
October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness month, a time to end bullying and build friendships. When bullying continues, despite national awareness campaigns, can parents bullyproof the world for their kids?