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If you have children or grandchildren, Marcus Wynne provides advice in this post that I recommend you read. Need a teaser? Wynne wrote,
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I thought I’d share some techniques here that I’ve found useful in providing children as young as 5-6 the baseline foundational skills in recognizing bad intent.
Just how does a white teacher communicate identity and belonging to a black child or teen? Is their legitimate concern enough? Are a set of classroom guidelines and good intent enough to fill in the chasm of “who am I in relation to what you are?” Is the fact that they’re there enough? 644 more words
Kudos to the NSSF, Project ChildSafe, and Julie Golob for creating this video: Parents Talking to Their Kids About Gun Safety – NSSF & Project ChildSafe… 125 more words
This ARC linkage research project includes a component learning about the way in which programs work with men who are both violent in their relationships and fathers. 105 more words
It’s telling that in recent decades there’s been a significant shift towards helicopter parenting and a comeback trend in free-range parenting for counterbalance. Remember Danielle and Alexander Meitiv, the free-range parents in Maryland found responsible for “unsubstantiated” child neglect for allowing their 10 and 6-year-old children to walk home alone from a park a mile away? 682 more words