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Color me SAFE was born from the immense need for professionals with an understanding of policy and procedure of child protection issues. Armed with years of experience and passion, we created a full-service consulting firm that could instill power and knowledge to those who need it.

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How Families Influence a Child’s Risk of Internet Abuse

How Families Influence a Child’s Risk of Internet Abuse

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The Building Block of A Solid Education: Learning Through Play

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Book Talk: America's Child Care Crisis

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4 Myths About the Future of Education

A decade ago, I watched a local school district purchase hundreds of interactive whiteboards. Hailed as the ultimate solution for student achievement, teachers attended flip...

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The Most Useful Gifts for New Parents

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Installing air filters in classrooms has surprisingly large educational benefits

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Studies of Teens Challenge Us to Keep Learning

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