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Texas child advocates warn of hidden signs of abuse amid quarantine

Last updated: 07/23/2020

Reports of child abuse fell in Texas when schools moved online because of the coronavirus, but experts say this does not mean that abuse has slowed. Instead, without...

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A Mom Is Pleading With Parents to Remember the Teachers During This Back-to-School Season

Last updated: 07/23/2020

Mom and writer Mia Carella is just as nervous about school reopening in the fall as the next parent. And while tensions are certainly high for families across the United States...

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Protecting My Children's Future • The Simple Parent

Last updated: 07/22/2020

As a mom, the most important thing to me is protecting my kids. This can mean a lot of different things, depending on how old they are and what we’re doing in our lives.  My...

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COVID-19 Highlights Need for Trained Social Workers, Child Welfare Certificate

Last updated: 07/22/2020

LEXINGTON, Ky. (July 20, 2020) — As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, social work is among the essential services that has not been put on pause. Instead, practitioners have...

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5 ways to grow your child's intelligence

Last updated: 07/22/2020

Intelligence isn’t fixed. We aren’t born with a concrete amount of intellgence that fixes our intellectual destiny. It can go up, it can go down – particularly in childhood and...

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Back-to-office parents need childcare, says Starmer

Last updated: 07/22/2020

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says parents will be in an "impossible position" if they have to stop working from home but do not have access to childcare or children's summer...

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Save the Children Statement on Back To School Across America

Last updated: 07/22/2020

“Any Return to In-Person Instruction Must Only Happen If It is Safe for Both Children and the Adults Who Care for Them to Come Together” FAIRFIELD, Conn. (July 20, 2020) – As a...

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Distance learning a challenge for special ed students and their families

Last updated: 07/21/2020

“The teachers who work with my child are amazing at what they do,” Hendricks declares.  She says Waylon had daycare, one-on-one personalized attention, two teachers and just...

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Here's What Families Can Do As Lockdowns Lift, According to Health Experts

Last updated: 07/21/2020

Here's What Families Can Do As Lockdowns Lift, According to Health Experts Here's What Families Can Do As Lockdowns Lift, According to Health Experts The U.S. is slowly...

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Making Safety Plans for Going Out During COVID-19

Last updated: 07/21/2020

Kids are likely to forget – or be too young to understand – the new rules. 1. Stay calm and confident with kids - and get emotional support from other adults It’s normal to feel...

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