Video 4 of 4 with developmental psychologist, Dr. Gordon Neufeld.
The challenge of dealing with bad behaviour among young people remains on the British government’s agenda following last summers riots, and lectures to the parents cannot be relied on to produce the necessary reform.
There was an uproar in New Zealand recently about sex education when a father told the NZ Herald he had pulled his son out of sex education because the teacher had told his class that anal and oral sex were alternatives to intercourse...
Big Brother is watching you. Actually, he’s watching your child, and what she’s about to eat for lunch.
No, this isn’t about peanut allergies. It’s ultimately about parents being trusted (or in this case, not) to be able to make sound choices for their own children.
A group of American paediatricians concerned about policies that
encourage teenagers to think positively about same-sex attraction has
set up a website providing factual information and sent a letter to the
superintendents of all public schools in the United States.