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Both younger children and teens say parents need to get a grip on their own tech obsessions. [Read More]
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Either teens are delusional about their social media use, or adults are freaking out over nothing. That seems to be one conclusion of Common Sense…... [Read More]
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Raise your children like a gardener—not a carpenter. [Read More]
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I always love scrolling through my family's glorious pictures on the first day of school—when the kids are well-dressed and smiling, backpacks slung on their…... [Read More]
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British researchers plan to present a paper to the Royal Geographical Society this week arguing that employers should start counting daily commutes as time on…... [Read More]
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When adults feel stressed out, they might pour themselves a glass of wine or smoke a cigarette, or maybe do some yoga. But a new…... [Read More]
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Day care was built for the industrial age. Wonderschool—backed by investors like Andreessen Horowitz—thinks it has a better idea. [Read More]
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The top emotion associated with not having access to their phones was anxiety (42%), with girls reporting more of it than boys (49% to 35%). [Read More]
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For many parents, back-to-school season incites a mad scramble to organize kids' activities—from music lessons to math club and after-school tutoring. But a new policy…... [Read More]
Kids may celebrate—but it's bad news for their academic development. [Read More]
Never underestimate the power of an alluring book nook. [Read More]
Young adults are extremely stressed-out these days—and colleges across America are scrambling to support them. In 2013, a group of top-flight colleges including Stanford, Harvard,…... [Read More]
Australian doctor Rachel Heap has seen people suffer from diseases that could have been prevented by vaccines throughout her career. She's got a direct message…... [Read More]
It may come as a shock to parents of young children, but preschoolers are more cooperative than we realize. In a novel study to find…... [Read More]
There is a saying in education that you treasure what you measure. Going by the standardized tests that dominate schools in many countries around the…... [Read More]
Australian researchers have developed the world's first blood test (pdf) to detect melanoma in its early stages, a potential breakthrough for a cancer that, when…... [Read More]
Working at an office job typically involves giving up some measure of control—whether it involves abiding by a dress code, tracking billable hours, or arriving…... [Read More]
Dear very important person, You're spending your money all wrong. As a leader of a nation, you face the immense challenge of figuring out how…... [Read More]
"The idea that some of us are 'math people' and some are not is a myth that pervades Western society," Jo Boaler, a professor of…... [Read More]
"Breastmilk makes the world healthier, smarter, and more equal," an editorial (pdf) published in the medical journal The Lancet declared in 2016. The statement was…... [Read More]
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