The majority of US kindergartners take entrance assessments meant to provide individual and group data and enhance instruction. A new look at longitudinal data examines the effectiveness of these assessments.
Due to the proliferation of media in young children’s lives, the American Academy of Pediatrics offers new guidelines for parents to consider.
Parents can help young children learn the social importance of an apology paired with restitution to right a wrong.
A national survey shows that while Americans may differ by race, education, marital status and income, they share remarkably similar parenting views, needs and struggles.
Fathers have a unique and important role in child development. When they are involved in their childrens’ lives from birth to adolescence, children have better academic and emotional outcomes.