#parent | #kids | Parenting For Brain Release Science-Based Parenting Advice | #parenting

Belmont, California, Jan. 13, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Parenting for Brain is devoted to empowering their readers with science-based and easy-to-understand parenting information that draws influence from brain development basics, different parenting styles, and developmental psychology. Featured on USA Today, the American Psychiatric Association, and the United Nations, Parenting for Brain……

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#parent | #kids | Preying on (alleged) child predators – The Oakland Press | #predators | #childpredators | #kids

Robert Lee knows some people call him a vigilante for his online efforts to catch child predators. “I’m a concerned citizen,” said Lee, a 39-year-old Pontiac resident. “A vigilante is doing police work without a badge.” Pontiac resident Robert Lee reads part of an online chat between his decoy profile,……

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#parent | #kids | DeVos Announces Broad Waivers From Federal Testing Requirements as Schools Close for Coronavirus | #Education

The U.S. Department of Education announced a broad waiver process Friday that will allow states to bypass all testing requirements included in the Every Student Succeeds Act for the current academic year. State and district leaders had pushed for increased flexibility as they face unprecedented school closures meant to slow……

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#parent | #kids | #parent | #kids | Should I post photos of my children online? Here’s what new parents need to know about sharenting

Over 40% of UK parents put photos or videos of their children online. Showing just how prevalent online sharing now is, in June 2022 the word “sharenting” entered the Oxford English Dictionary, meaning when a parent shares news, images and videos of their children on social media. Parents engage in……

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#parent | #kids | Cannabis shop turning nabe to pot – New York Daily News | #parents | #teensvaping

Working at home with windows open last week, the smell of marijuana wafted inside. For eight hours, boisterous customers waited in line for blocks, with crowds on bikes and motorcycles gathering. Unfortunately, “New York’s First Adult-Use Dispensary” opened up at 750 Broadway and Astor Place (where The Gap was) across……

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#parent | #kids | Former Cumberland County Schools teacher’s assistant accused of assault | #teacher | #children | #kids

A former Cumberland County Schools teacher’s assistant was arrested Thursday on a charge of assaulting an individual with a disability, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said. Brittany Nicole McKoy, 30, was employed by the school system when the assault occurred, according to a Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office news release. Sgt…….

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