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The Powerful Attraction of Screen Time and Its Potential Risks

Many parents use screen time as a kid-sitter, enjoying the quiet that descends on their youngsters when in the grip of a video game, social media, a texting exchange, or TV… Meanwhile, the Pew Research Center recently found that, in 2018, 95% of teens own a smartphone...

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The Two Types of Childhood Trauma Taxing Educators

As reported by Education Week, school districts are now figuring how best to work with students affected by the two kinds of trauma affecting our children as never before. TYPE I results from a single incident that affects a number of children or even an entire...




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