Fake News Deceives More Than A Quarter Of Teens And They Don't Know They Share Misinformation

Fake News Deceives More Than A Quarter Of Teens And They Don't Know They Share Misinformation

Forty percent of teens admit that they are unaware of discerning fake news from the real ones, considering the amount of time they spend on the internet.

by Olivia Etienne

Ariel Winter From 'Modern Family' Going To College

'Modern Family' Star Ariel Winter Prepares For Pre-Law In UCLA Following A Gap Year

Ariel Winter wants college to be completely different from acting that she has been doing since she was four.

by Amanda Moore

Michelle Obama Wrote Yara Shahidi's College Recommendation

Michelle Obama Writes College Recommendation Letter For 'Black-ish' Star Yara Shahidi

Yara Shahidi applied at Harvard, Michelle Obama's alma mater, as well as other top universities in both the east and west coast.

by Amanda Moore

Identical Twins Valedictorian Salutatorian

Identical Twin Brothers Finish As Valedictorian, Salutatorian In NY High School

Nicholas and Matthew Rizzo earned the top spots with their impressive GPAs, 107.90 and 107.77 respectively.

by Amanda Moore

My Year 12 Life

Teen Documentary 'My Year 12 Life' Highlights Joys And Pains Of Students' Final School Year Before College

The Australian series, which airs on ABC, started airing the kids' video blog documentary on Monday, Feb. 20.

by Amanda Moore

Daily Life At A Secondary School

Meet Some Of The Brightest Teenagers Who Could Find A Cancer Cure Or Save The World

Over 2,000 students submitted their work for the Regeneron Science Talent Search and the top finalists was narrowed down to 40.

by Amanda Moore

University Of Birmingham Hold Degree Congregations

California Teen Gets Early Graduation Rites So His Dying Dad Could Witness It

Noah Le'Cap offered his diploma and mortar board to his father, Alfred, in the graduation the school mounted at their house.

by Amanda Moore

White and Black students

White Privilege Essay Writing Contest In Connecticut Facing Backlash; Should Teens Discuss Racial Issues?

Parents believe that the organizers overstepped with the chosen topic.

by Claire Parker

Australia Celebrates Baby Boom

Nebraska Lawmaker Passes Bill To Help Teen Moms Graduate From High School

State data shows that 70 percent of teens who get pregnant no longer go back to school.

by Amanda Moore

WWU linguistics professor delves into J.R.R. Tolkien's languages

Highly Intelligent Teenager Creates Own Language Like J.R.R. Tolkien, Cites Her Work As An Artistic Endeavor

Melissa May definitely has a gift with words and she's using her talent quite well.

by Amanda Moore

Universities Face Jump In Student Enrollment

Teen Raises 30k College Tuition As Parents Disown Her For Dating African-American; Dad Claims She 'Needed To Grow Up'

Donations have poured in for Allie Dowdle's college fund but her dad said they are not racist.

by Amanda Moore

'Helicopter Parenting' May Underprepare Your Child for the Real World

Dealing With Your Shy Tween In Coping With School

Some parents may have experienced a big change in their child and questioned themselves, "What happened?." Not only the child's figure has changed, but also the behavior may have changed as well. A happy child who used to have friends doesn't have friends anymore. A once-talkative child who is fond of telling you everything had already refused to talk. Your child who is confident had become silent and afraid to look to anyone.

by Wayne Parker

Mental Depression

Education Insider: Implementation Of Mental-Health Services On Courses Syllabus

The Ohio State University embraces mental-health help info on the course syllabus. This is made possible through the resolution passed by the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) of the University to ensure the students that they can have the help they needed regarding mental-health issues.

by Wayne Parker

Teen Parenting & High School: The Struggles And Joys Of Balancing Motherhood And Education

Teen Parenting & High School: The Struggles And Joys Of Balancing Motherhood And Education

Surviving the emotional jungle of high school is tough enough, adding pregnancy and teen parenting to it catapults the experience into an entirely different level often steep, but totally priceless.

by Avery McClaren

Berlin Hemp Parade 2016

Abuse Of Cannabis Can Trigger Psychosis

Researchers at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health say people who abuse cannabis or marijuana may be more than tripling their risk for a mental ailment called psychosis.

by Louie Johnson

Apple CEO Tim Cook Stops By Hour Of Code Workshop Event Within Apple Store

Parenting News & Updates: Want To Raise Smart Kids? Here's What Parents Ought To Do

Every parent wants to raise their kids perfectly. They want them to be intelligent and smart so that they're prepared for life.

by Hasan Tariq

New Law Seeks to Crack Down on Distracted New York Drivers

Free Driving Course For Teenagers Aims To Lower Road Fatalities: Driver Safety & Real-Life Emergency Avoidance Offered

Driver's Edge prepares teenage drivers for the dangers they could encounter on the road. Participants are taught driver safety, real-life emergency avoidance, and response techniques, among others.

by Olivia Reese

YMCA Kindergarten In Jerusalem

Teen Pregnancy More Likely To Increase With Fake Dolls In School Programs & Here's Why Experts Say This

Schools considering to introduce this program might have to look for other ways to help bring down the rate of teen pregnancy, since this method has been found to be ineffective.

by Rachel Cruise

Irizarry_Training in Alaska

Thoughts from a Mother, an Athlete and a 17th-Century History Buff; A note to parents of younger kids, from a parent of older kids

A childhood friend of my kids, now grown, recently died of a heroin overdose. It made me think - if heroin were small pox, all the kids in elementary would be required to have a Narcan shot before going to junior high school. If heroin were diabetes, kids would be routinely tested. But none of that is so. Unfortunately, you too may someday need to be aware of warning signs like missing spoons. What follows are lessons I learned while raising my children, training hard for the Iditasport, and studying the original father of the separation of church and state, Roger Williams. These three seemingly dissimilar things have made me the person I am today - a better parent whom is more aware of possible dangerous paths kids can fall into seemingly without warning. I hope to pass on just a little of what I've learned along the way so that other parents can be aware.

by Staff Reporter

The QB Mentor: Words of Wisdom from an NFL Veteran for an Injured Quarterback That Can Improve Your Life and Career

The QB Mentor Named Among the Best in Family-Friendly Books

The QB Mentor: Words of Wisdom from an NFL Veteran for an Injured Quarterback That Can Improve Your Life and Career, written by Scott Stankavage, has been awarded a gold seal by the Mom's Choice Awards(MCA), distinguishing the book as among the nation's best in family-friendly media.

by Staff Reporter

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