Posts Tagged ‘ parenting ’

Raising Free Range Readers

May 25, 2018
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Raising Free Range Readers

Author and educator Melissa Scholes Young wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post explaining why she doesn’t censor the books her children read. While this position likely splits mosts parents down the middle between those that wholeheartedly agree and those that feel their pulse quicken at the thought of finding Fifty Shades of Gray in…

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Instead of Shielding Kids from Cartoon Violence, Why Not Address It Honestly?

March 5, 2014
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Instead of Shielding Kids from Cartoon Violence, Why Not Address It Honestly?

Amongst all the stories of parents blaming books, video games, movies, and TV for corrupting their children, it can sometimes be easy to forget that these are only the loudest and most sensational voices; there are still plenty of parents who take responsibility for their kids’ media consumption by discussing topics that may be unfamiliar…

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