Citing costs, California Gov. Gavin Newsom struck a victory for parental choice in education.
Migrant Kids in Biden Administration's Tent Camp Faced Distress and Panic Attacks Because of Dysfunction
An inspector general report found poor staff training led to children languishing for weeks in an emergency tent shelter inside an Army base in Texas last year.
Even if credentialed teachers help kids learn more, it’s not worth making D.C. day cares prohibitively expensive and pushing experienced teachers out of jobs.
Teachers unions and progressive politicians pushed for school closures during the pandemic. New assessments of 9-year-olds suggest a devastating learning loss.
The Netflix docu-thriller Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey shows the downfall of Warren Jeffs and the unjustified taking of 450 children inside his religious community.
From cronyist subsidies to an unfair tax code, there are several key fixes Congress could make to better serve the public.
A Mom Let Her 7-Year-Old Play in the Park. Arizona Arrested Her and Banned Her From Working With Kids.
Sarra's name was added to the government's official list of unfit caretakers after she briefly ran an errand without her kids in tow.
The rapper, podcaster, and author talks about "freedom, liberty, and all of that good stuff."
The pediatric neurosurgeon who first popularized shaken-baby syndrome has doubts about how it is used in courtrooms today.
Whether the federal government should be subsidizing families at all is another matter.
While the task force is a move in the right direction, truancy shouldn't be up for criminal prosecution in the first place.
The New York Times misleadingly claims that cases like the abortion sought by a 10-year-old Ohio rape victim "are not as rare as people think."
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The debate isn’t a panorama of the whole American abortion war, but it is a snapshot of a key battle after a surprise victory, and it shows no path to peace.
There is demand for child tax credits, paid family leave, and funding for crisis pregnancy centers but the Rubio-Romney plan is not the answer.
A kid roaming the streets on his own is like an endangered species: once common, now rare, and worth trying to bring back.
Even if the value of their property goes down, current homeowners still often have much to gain from breaking down barriers to new housing construction.
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Many parents are on the child abuse and neglect registry, and they don't even know it.
While that impulse is understandable, it can lead to policies that do more harm than good.
Florida Sheriff Arrests 10-Year-Old, Releases Mug Shot and Perp Walk, Then Uses Media Tour To Brag About It
“Scared straight” juvenile policing programs have a history of not working. They’re not the solution to school shootings.
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"The knot in getting that product into the U.S. isn't safety, it's a regulatory issue," says Peter Pitts.
"I really think I'm allowed to stay here," I explained, in vain.
In Japan, even very young children are seen as capable.
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"We certainly don't want parents getting in trouble because their kids were playing on the playground," says Gov. Jared Polis
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Even if the senators are genuinely confused, that underlines the recklessness of their attack on Ketanji Brown Jackson.
The senator argues that questioning sex offender policies "endangers our children."
Here Is What Ketanji Brown Jackson Said in the Harvard Law Review Article That Josh Hawley Found 'Alarming'
The Supreme Court nominee raised serious constitutional concerns about laws that punish sex offenders after they complete their sentences.
"There are no known stories of any abductions here," says Anna Hershberger.
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The broken foster system for Native American kids is finally up for Supreme Court scrutiny.
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ACLU: “The agency’s new rule substitutes parents’ judgment as to what medical care is in the best interests of their children for the judgment of the government.”
"If this study doesn't put the nail in the coffin of academic training to little children, it's hard to imagine what will," says psychologist Peter Gray.