Children, no matter their age, are likely to have some exposure to the tumultuous political happenings, whether from family, friends, teachers or social media.
By Gretchen Frazee
A survey from Common Sense Media found that 56% of 8- to 12-year-olds and 69% of 13- to 18-year-olds watch online videos every day.
By Martha Irvine, Associated Press
November marks the 50th anniversary of public television’s “Sesame Street," a cultural landmark widely praised for its approach to children’s programming. But beyond the songs and fun, "Sesame Street" does some serious work for those in need, providing special support…
By Hari Sreenivasan
The number of horrific images of sexual abuse against children being posted on the Internet has exploded in recent years. A New York Times investigation found that technology platforms like Facebook and Google reported some 45 million videos and photos…
By Rachel Lerman, Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
Starting early next year, anyone who uploads a video to YouTube will have to designate whether or not that video is directed at children.
Photographer Richard Ross has documented the U.S. juvenile justice system for the better part of a decade, producing the books “Juvie Talk” and “Girls in Justice” based on his experiences with incarcerated youth. He believes the kids he meets are…
The Trump administration’s latest move on immigration sparked outrage and confusion when it was announced, but Ken Cuccinelli, acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, says the reaction was unwarranted and that "all the same people still become citizens."…
By Elizabeth Flock
Have you and your child read "The Borrowers" or "The Outsiders"? What about "Octagon Magic"?…
By Associated Press
The World Health Organization has issued its first-ever guidance for how much screen time children under 5 should get: not very much, and none at all for those under 1.
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