Equipping parents with the right information on what to talk about, and how to talk about it, is a key step in addressing challenges to sexual health.
Our mental health and economy are suffering from this pandemic. Parent support programs are a proven way to improve both.
While some adults see implicit meaning in sentences, children can miss it. Two linguists explain how this can happen, and why it matters in communication.
The U.S. was an outlier in the 20th century. It’s been typical throughout human history, and even today, it’s common practice in most of the world.
More than 1 in 5 college students are parents, and many struggle to find on-campus housing. Colleges offering a stable place to live on campus can help them succeed.
Support them but make sure to respect their autonomy; encourage them to exercise, sleep and connect with friends. These are some ways to help your Year 12 child during the pre-exam period.
Whether families actually save anything at all depends entirely on where they live, and what provider they use.
Here are four thoughts and feelings it's common to have when you have a new baby.
Remote school may look different to 'normal' school, but children are still being taught; they are still learning and many are still actively engaged in the curriculum.
We surveyed and interviewed parents of primary school-aged children in Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria and the ACT to explore their experiences of helping their children with remote schooling.
Experiments show that children who pretend to be their favourite character persist for longer on a task than children not pretending.
Increasingly outlandish gender reveal parties align perfectly with the values of an economy that's always scrolling for the next best thing.
Kids become more vulnerable to maltreatment when their parents can't secure child care or housing or get jobs.
NAPLAN's arrival promised inequities decreased partly from parent involvement in their child's progress. But working class parents don't see NAPLAN as a tool for them, and hardly find it valuable.
Results from a recent study indicate that the emergency measures put in place in response to COVID-19 have disproportionately impacted Canadian mothers with young children at home.
Children need to learn how to manage their own accounts and passwords as an extension of their identity.
A professor reflects on his four decades of working with families dealing with grief and how the program he helped set up could be applied today.
Grammar is a set of tools to make meaning rather than a set of rules to follow. The difference is in how we teach it.
Parents can help children feel optimistic by listening to and validating their worries, teaching them coping strategies, reviewing safety protocols and supporting them when they face difficulties.
One big complication with K-12 distance learning is how hard it is to get children and teens to log in and do their schoolwork. But there are things teachers and families can do to help.