For many busy parents and teachers, it’s hard to know which books are both worthwhile and enjoyable for children to read.
The man cave signals that masculinity is expressed through escape into a self-made, self-indulgent preserve.
It's something with which John and Abigail Adams had great experience.
Can a country's values and way of life survive without children?
It might also give your child a shot at a six-figure income!
In today’s world, it’s become more common for parents to play a large role in engineering their children’s success.
Some companies are recognizing the need to restore interest in family and community.
Nowhere is the concern with the problem of community in Western society more intense than with respect to the family.
By sidelining religion, have we unintentionally contributed to other economic, social, and political problems which plague American life?
...even after adjusting for background differences.
A parliamentary enquiry showed that homeschoolers scored 70 points higher on national assessments.
The Gates Foundation wants women to do less "unpaid work".
Directing children to worthwhile reading material requires more than picking up a book and handing it to them.
Are parents missing a great chance to give their children a successful start in life?
"In some cases, children are offered rewards not only for mundane tasks like tooth-brushing, but also for what social scientists call pro-social behavior..."
"If every student in my classroom were a radio, my home-schooled student was the one whose switch was turned on.”
Would the physical and emotional health of American families improve if they returned to having more mannerly and leisurely dinners together?
“Imagination does not stir at the suggestion of the feeble, much-diluted stuff that is too often put into children’s hands.”
Children who went through "behavior modification" treatment saw significant benefits.
What socialization critics never expected...
The answer shouldn't surprise us.
...and they probably won't learn about it in school.
Many American families are choosing to make raising a child more expensive than it needs to be.
So much for "friendship" parenting...
Women are reclaiming the word “housewife” as old-fashioned homemaking comes back into vogue.
We're in a Catch-22 when it comes to parenting and education.
The American College of Pediatricians has something to say about that.
We need less ideology in our discourse and decision making.