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Best Teacher Movies »

Back to school time can be an event either anticipated or dreaded. No matter what your mood, these preparations are sure to be enhanced by remembering the positive benefits of the learning experience.

Although some movie depictions, especially those marketed to teens, tend to show schools and teachers in a less than favorable light, there… read more »

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Memorial Day Movies »

The last Monday in May is the day set aside for Americans to remember those who have been injured or lost their lives while serving their country. Dating back to the end of the Civil War, Memorial Day now includes all conflicts ever engaged in by the United States.

Over… read more »

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What Happened? The Story of September 11, 2001 »

Nickelodeon Network’s Nick News with Linda Ellerbee is known for it’s ability to distill complex events into a package of information and analysis that helps kids (and adults!) better understand our world. On September 1, 2011, this award winning program will cover the tenth anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center,… read more »

Reviewers' Blog

Teacher Suspended After Showing Eminem Video In Class »

I’ve had many parents tell me their kids see more R-rated movies in school classrooms than they ever do in movie theaters. If you’ve had that experience with your kids, you may appreciate this story of a seventh-grade teacher (yes… that’s grade seven) who showed her class an Eminem music video.

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You - Raising Your Child »

Prenatal classes are a given for most first time parents. But regardless of how comprehensive those lessons are, most parents still have a lot of unanswered questions when the new baby arrives.

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Historic Heroes for Children »

Society is saturated with celebrities, some of whom don’t deserve emulation. As a result, it can be difficult for parents to find inspirational heroes for their children to look up to.

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Celebrating Medical Achievement »

Scottish researcher Sir Alexander Fleming discovered a bacteria-killing mold that would later be developed into penicillin on September 28, 1928.

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Teach Your Kids How To Make Their Own Movies »

If you have kids sitting on the sofa staring mindlessly toward the TV this summer, you may want to suggest they considering making their own creations they can share with friends.

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Parenting: By the Book »

While being a mom or dad can be challenging, it doesn’t have to be done alone. Following are three parenting books that offer slightly different perspectives on the demanding but rewarding work of bring up kids.

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Articles

Get Ready, Get Set, Get Prepared! »

With students back in the classroom, schools across the country are making plans to deal with a possible resurgence of the H1N1 virus. Businesses, essential service providers and others are also ramping up for an unpredictable fall as fires rage in California and unusual weather patterns cause problems across the country.

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