Children absorb these stereotypes from a young age. And ageism is all around us.
The ‘parental rights’ movement isn’t actually about education or protecting children — it is a conduit for right-wing extremism that will only harm 2SLGBTQIA+ youth.
For vulnerable and marginalized groups, access to early learning and child care remains uncertain. Inclusive access must become a top priority to achieve affordable care for all families.
The number of parents giving money on demand instead of pay has been increasing in recent times. Does it help children to better understand “the value of money”?
A concerning range of digital games played by children are still failing to build in progressive representations of disability and diverse bodies.
Elected officials must consider relevant research and legal context when shaping education policies. Otherwise, they risk destabilizing classrooms and harming students.
A fire and decades of silver and lead mining created the largest contiguous Superfund site in the nation in what today is one of the fastest-growing states. It includes popular Lake Coeur d’Alene.
Children as young as ten don’t have access to Medicare if detained. And they’re dying of largely preventable diseases.
Access to schooling for four-year-olds is inconsistent across Canada. Families need to know children are immersed in high-quality early learning, and they shouldn’t be exhausted searching for it.
The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child has released a statement on the responsibilities of governments to reduce harm from climate change. Here’s what’s in it for Australia.
In many cases, shyness is not a cause for concern and may have associated benefits. Parents and caregivers can learn strategies to support shy children in making transitions.
An unprecedented win for climate justice in Montana has the potential to send reverberations around the world, including here in Canada.
The climate crisis is becoming more intense – should this make you think twice about having kids?
Traditional report cards sent home every few months are fine for most students. But for kids with behavioral issues, a daily report card can be a better option.
Low-income mothers with infants are struggling with food insecurity, which can lead to long-term health impacts for both mothers and children.
Now is the perfect time to read Jansson’s novel – a book that will make you nostalgic for childhood summers.
Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect against diphtheria.
Obese children outnumber underweight ones globally, and ‘social determinants’ in kids’ lived environments play a fundamental role. Obesity in kids can lead to a lifetime of poor health.
Children under 5 years old may easily mistake a dog showing teeth for one that’s giving them a “friendly smile”.
Two exhibits share stories of legendary Canadian children’s television. Examining this underappreciated and rich history will help ensure the industry is prioritized in policy decisions.