Take some time to talk with the young adults in your life about recent technological changes—their responses may surprise you.
I used to worry about this allegedly cosseted generation. Then came the shootings in Parkland, and I began to see another side of these young people that humbles me.
I'm hopeful that the next generation of children, after watching us be fools for our devices, may decide it's not worth it.
The U.S. has a rough track record with how it treats new parents, but there are reasons to believe that this could soon be a thing of the past.
Two recent independent reports argue that Medicaid and CHIP could be effectively leveraged to improve early childhood for the 45 percent of American children served by these programs.
A conversation with Integrated Schools founder Courtney Everts Mykytyn about why parents trump policy when it comes to putting integration into practice.
Our reflexive approach to explaining the world strongly predicts our political orientation.
New research from Germany suggests growing up in a single-parent household produces a small but significant long-term negative impact.
New research finds that, when interacting with their toddlers, dads' behavior reflects gender stereotypes.
As we wrote earlier this year, the technology can be used in a plethora of positive ways, but there is far from a legal consensus.
If you're only going to have one kid, you put everything you have into it.