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.
A toddler’s whining may be the worst sound in the world if an experiment carried out by a team of American psychologists is anything to go by.
Here is something else from Canada: commentary by Andrea Mrozek of the
Institute of Marriage and Family on recent childcare research which
purports to show no negative overall effects of mothers working outside
the home during the first year of life.