Second-guessing other people's parenting decisions has become a national pastime.
Pandemic chaos is driving families to flee government institutions in search of education that better suits their needs.
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Flexible education crafted to meet family needs is destined to prevail over failing government schools.
Child protective services can’t take someone’s kids away just because the children are competent.
They even sent an ambulance, because it's not like there's anything else going on in New York.
It's time to free midwives from excessive regulation and make room for more home births.
Kendra Espinoza's daughters rely on a state-supported scholarship program to attend the school of their choice.
And five examples of parents wisely letting their kids go—and grow.
"It’s an epidemic across our nation," one parent told NBC.
If she is found guilty, she could face a maximum of 150 days in jail.
America may be safer than ever, but residents of the Land of the Free seem set on raising their children in a climate of fear.
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"It gives me peace of mind."
Proposed federal legislation would move overstressed child protection systems in the wrong direction.
The coroner's declaration is a cruel twist of the knife.
New York Dad Should Not Face Homicide Charges for Accidentally Killing Twin 1-Year-Olds in a Hot Car
Laws criminalizing the act of leaving children in cars are misguided.
This School District Threatened To Take Kids Away From Parents Over Lunch Debt. Then It Refused a Businessman's Offer to Pay Those Debts.
Instead of teaching kids the importance of paying their debts, Wyoming Valley West school district offered a lesson about the arbitrary and terrifying power of government.
She likely wasn't in any danger, but that never stopped the busybodies before.
The principal calls it "very, very serious" wrongdoing.
So a New Jersey appellate court held today.
Amanda Forst faces reckless endangerment charges for assuming her children—ages 2, 5, and 7—could survive a very short wait.
New research shows that income surveys erroneously categorized some households as extremely poor actually had "net worth in the millions" of dollars.
The toy company allegedly failed to test its miracle cure for cranky baby syndrome.
A mom reflects on her experience parenting in the age of fear.
Child services called because Holly Curry let her kids wait in the car while she bought a muffin.
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Nick Gillespie speaks with author Jordan Shapiro about his book The New Childhood
End the curriculum wars by letting families choose education options that work for them.