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Want to Raise Emotionally Healthy Kids? Try to Keep Them Off These Two Social Networks

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Kids more likely to stop bullies when parents tell them to

Youngsters usually tend to step in once they see bullying at college if their mother and father have advised them to become involved than in the event that they’ve been taught it’s higher to remain out of it, a current U.S. research suggests.

About one in 10 youngsters are victims of bullying, and lots of anti-bullying packages are targeted on getting bystanders to intervene, researchers notice within the Journal of Medical Youngster and Adolescent Psychology. Whereas earlier analysis has linked sure parenting practices to greater odds that youngsters shall be victims or perpetrators of bullying, much less is understood about how mother and father impression what youngsters do as bystanders.

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This former Philadelphia cop had an incredibly simple plan to keep kids out of prison. Don’t arrest them.

Kevin Bethel didn’t become a police officer to lock up children. But it was under his watch as deputy police commissioner that Philadelphia’s school to-prison pipeline was in full effect.

Now retired, Bethel is on a mission to keep children out of prison, with a police-led school diversion program that is showing impressive results.

For nearly a decade, Philadelphia’s zero-tolerance policies meant that police had to be called for anything ranging from minor misconduct to possible weapons. Metal detectors at the schools meant that even items safely stowed in backpacks, such as pepper spray carried for a walk to school through a dangerous neighborhood, a box cutter or pair of shears needed for an after-school job or an art project resulted in a call to the police.

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‘Don’t let them hack us’: Here’s what it’s like working as the CIO for Elon Musk at SpaceX

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‘Don’t let them hack us’: Here’s what it’s like working as the CIO for Elon Musk at SpaceX

From Zip2 to Paypal, Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk’s businesses have revolutionised their industries. He has established a name for himself as a visionary, known for taking on big, complicated projects. His success has been credited to his drive and …

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He promised them ‘true, enduring love.’ Instead, he’s getting 27 years in prison.

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

He promised them ‘true, enduring love.’ Instead, he’s getting 27 years in prison.

A 33-year-old Nigerian man was sentenced to 27 years in prison in Southern Illinois for promising women across the country — including several in St. Louis — the love of their lives and then extracting more than $1. Read More….

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Current Events: We Have To Talk About Them – Leadership 360 – Education Week

It is understandable that with the contentiousness of this election, that leaders might find it safer to limit conversations. We argue that it is our role to help students navigate these rough waters.

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5 Conversations to Have with Your Kids After “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”

First Loves And How To Get Over Them…

I didn’t find my first love until I was nineteen and in college. For the rest of this article I will, ironically, refer to him as X. Now, I have had crushes before that that I thought would turn into love, but none of them compared to what I had with X. Read More….

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Can banks do biometric security? We’d trust them before the government

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Can banks do biometric security? We’d trust them before the government

Brits have more faith in their banks than government agencies to roll out authentication technologies based on biometrics, according to a new survey from Visa.
Consumers are nearly twice as likely to trust banks to store and keep their biometric

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Are You Wounding Artists or Fostering Them?

Years ago I read a book about how to teach children to draw.  In the introduction to the book, the author shared her wounded artist story.  She talked about being very young, in pre-school or […]

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