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History’s response to child abuse – then and now

4. February, 2016Issues for parents, Issues for schools, Parents, Recognizing Child Neglect, Recognizing Physical Abuse, Resources, Sexual Abuse Articles, Undertanding Emotional AbuseComments Off on History’s response to child abuse – then and now

Rarely does an article so thoroughly reveal how our historical response to child abuse has failed to develop systems that adequately…

Sexting Issues

16. November, 2015Internet & Social Media Articles, Issues for parents, Issues for schoolsComments Off on Sexting Issues

Canon City High School in Colorado has provided an interesting forum for managing sexting by teens.  Following are three New…

Teachers, Students, and Social Networking

21. December, 2011Internet & Social Media Articles, Issues for schoolsComments Off on Teachers, Students, and Social Networking

Protecting students from inappropriate contacts on social media is becoming more and more complex, as illustrated by the following New…

Mandatory Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse

21. December, 2011Issues for schools, Sexual Abuse ArticlesComments Off on Mandatory Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse

The Child Welfare Information Gateway provides a summary of Mandatory Reporting Laws.  As of 2010, “Approximately 48 States, the District…

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Children with Special Needs and Bullying Concerns

Understanding the impact of bullying on children with special needs is critical for families to

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Finland has a proven way to combat bullying. So do we! Here’s how.

“The program is called KiVa — short for ‘kiusaamista vastaan,’ which means ‘against bullying.’ The Finnish government

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Now Available in Mandarin: Safe Child & Take A Stand

儿童安全课 让儿童学会保护自己,就是在保护我们的未来    Now available in Mandarin:  http://safechild.sxl.cn/ The Safe Child Program Prevention of Child

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Cyber-bullying & Impact of Bullying on Substance Abuse

Link to – Cyber Bullying: The Definitive Guide for Educators, Parents, and Family Members This

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Why Do We Judge Parents For Putting Kids At Perceived — But Unreal — Risk?

Tania Lombrozo asks some important and provocative questions as she reports on new research that gets

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Author Dr. Sherryll Kraizer has a Ph.D. in education with a specialization in youth at risk.