Students in four Oklahoma school districts are also required to wear their school ID on a lanyard and sit on their own team's side.
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten misses a pretty big reason why families are leaving traditional public schools.
A new study shows the pervasiveness of helicopter parenting.
"This is literally a playground that's for 2- to 5-year-olds," says former preschool teacher Katie Courtney.
Foster parents face state regulations that go far beyond preventing abuse and neglect.
The Center has gotten rich in part thanks to its "hate map," which smears many good people.
"Nobody is abducting 1- and 4-year-old kids into sex trafficking," says the director of the Crimes Against Children Research Center.
No, it's not ethical to keep them from potentially lifesaving information about their babies—and themselves.
New reasonable childhood independence laws in these states will make it easier for parents to let children enjoy the holiday.
In the U.S., we arrest parents who let their 8-year-olds walk half a mile.
"I don't know this kid, I don't know his mom, I don't know where he lives," she said in a viral video.
The state seems to think kids don't like the taste of peach.
A bill advancing the New York State Assembly would require child welfare agents to inform parents of their legal rights when beginning an investigation of child abuse or neglect.
The state’s Supreme Court strikes down an absurd, unneeded occupational licensing demand.
The state legislature passed a law to limit anonymous reports to its child abuse hotline.
A new report finds that "most children benefit from some degree of independence by the time they are 5–6 years old."
Her viral video received 4 million views—and the police's attention.
Restrictions on baby carriers during takeoff and landing are based on a single study from 1994 that didn’t even study these types of devices.
"I didn't know if this would ever end," says Melissa Henderson. "I'm very relieved. A heaviness has lifted."
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He did "what any dad would—he went to hug his crying kid," says former town councilman Keith Kaplan.
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A new 60-minute screen time warning on TikTok won’t stop kids from scrolling.
When society criminalizes outdoor independence, it makes smart phone addiction more likely.
When COVID-19 and the U.S. government stopped kids from seeing each other, social media was their lifeline.
Instead of empowering the government to intervene, we should look more holistically at the experience of young people online.
"I have never felt threatened by a single person in this town until meeting those officers and the social worker."
An op-ed in The New York Times tries to make the case that the Chinese Communist Party is a worthy partner in raising children.
"My daughter rushed to the car and she's like, 'mommy DCFS came to the school, and the lady made it sound like we weren't going to come home with you today,'" Tresa Razaaq told a local news station.
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It's hard to believe its arguments will hold up in court.
For 25 years, the law has been giving states kickbacks when they finalize adoptions quickly.
"She is way too young to be walking this distance by herself," said the cops.
Florida threatens a venue for letting minors attend a sexualized holiday cabaret performance with their parents.
A slew of recent research suggests parents should relax a bit about screen time.
An appeals court rejected a qualified immunity defense.
On its 25th anniversary, the ASFA is in bad need of reform.
Heather Wallace plead guilty to child endangerment and can no longer work with kids.
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