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A philosopher explains why dance can help pandemic-proof your kids

Aili Bresnahan, University of Dayton “Ring around the Rosie, a pocket full of posies, ashes, ashes, we all fall down!” I grew up singing that refrain...

Why do kids call their parents ‘Mom’ and ‘Dad’?

Bethany Van Vleet, Arizona State University and Denise Bodman, Arizona State University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have...

Mothers behind bars nurture relationships with visitors in this unusual prison...

Julie Stevens, Iowa State University Leaves are rustling. You can hear the sound of children kicking a ball, plinking the keys of a toy xylophone....

Why are kids asking such big questions during the pandemic?

Jana Mohr Lone, University of Washington Why do people have to die? Are mistakes always bad? Can you be happy and sad at the same time? Kids often...

The US birth rate keeps declining: 4 questions answered

Marie Menke, University of Pittsburgh Over the last few decades, birth rates have decreased across the globe. The United States is no exception. Aside from a...

4 ways to help kids relax as the coronavirus upends everyday...

Mirae J. Fornander, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Families everywhere are adjusting to a new way of life due to social distancing measures like closed...

Children of color already make up the majority of kids in...

Rogelio Sáenz, The University of Texas at San Antonio and Dudley L. Poston, Jr., Texas A&M University Demographers project that whites will become a...

The dangers of depicting Greta Thunberg as a prophet

Ellen Boucher, Amherst College She came from obscurity and ignited a global movement. Beginning with a small but persistent act of protest outside the Swedish...

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Three common arguments for preserving the Electoral College – and why...

Robert Speel, Pennsylvania State University In November 2000, newly elected New York Senator Hillary Clinton promised that when she took office in 2001, she would...