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Child Development (INACTIVE)

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  • Water bill would put pressure on schools

    GLENDALE — Legislators want more fresh water in schools, but they won't pay for it. They moved a bill to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger earlier this month that, if signed, requires schools to make fresh water more available to students before next...
  • Berrien County immunization goals are on track

    Berrien County immunization goals are on track
    The Berrien County Health Department require preschools and daycare centers in the county submit their immunization reports twice per year, health officials said. It is an effort to raise county immunization rates and have children ready for kindergarten...
  • Hartford Parents Will Meet With Mayor About Superintendent Search

    A citywide meeting scheduled Thursday for parent leaders was called off as they prepared to meet Friday instead with Mayor Pedro Segarra, whose last-minute public criticism of the superintendent search this week torpedoed the planned appointment of...
  • Holtz Children's Hospital

    1611 NW 12th Ave., East Tower, Miami 305-585-KIDS jhsmiami.org With a vast array of services, 110 attending physicians, and one of the largest teaching hospitals and research centers in the country, parents can be sure their children are in good...
  • Amanda's Place

    1401 NE Fourth St., Pompano Beach 754-322-9911 120 SW Fourth Ave., Dania Beach 954-920-9838 www.amandasplace.org Amanda’s Place gives children a head start in life and helps parents become better moms and dads. Staff members know that...
  • Finding day care you can trust

    Finding day care you can trust
    "Choosing a day care center is one of the most important decisions that a parent is going to make," says Linda Hassan Anderson, senior director at the National Association for the Education of Young Children Academy (NAEYC) in Washington D.C. She...
  • Parenting help is a click or a call away

    Parenting help is a click or a call away
    (The following article was submitted by Brenda Garrett, KidsPriorityOne director, YMCA of South Hampton Roads.) Want to be a better parent?  Parenting support is a click or a call away Caring for children, or the lack thereof, has seldom seen more...
  • Preschool celebrates with end-of-year picnic

    On May 31, Concordia Lutheran Church’s Open Arms Christian Child Development Center celebrated the end of its second year of classes with a class picnic at Hager Park.  Students and their families joined with the staff and several members of...
  • Start horsing around

    Start horsing around
    Roughhousing, or tossing your children around on purpose, can be a hard sell to many parents. We worry our kids will get hurt. We don't want rowdy behavior carrying over into the classroom, especially in schools with no-touching policies. And many of us...
  • Study shows aggression and anger learned in infancy

    Study shows aggression and anger learned in infancy
    A new study has found that children can learn anger and aggression from their parents at a very early age. The study was performed by researchers at the University of Minnesota and published in the journal Child Development. Michael Lorber, a...
  • How to land a sitter for Saturday night

    How to land a sitter for Saturday night
    Maybe you have tickets for the theater, or you've been invited to a party. Maybe you've got your heart set on an actual adult conversation that does not involve flying spaghetti. Whatever the reason, you suddenly find yourself at the mercy of a 16-year-...
  • New Head Start facility opens in Northeast Wichita

    New Head Start facility opens in Northeast Wichita
    Teresa Rupp is excited about her program's new facility.  "Be sure to get a picture of the playground," she said. The playground, four new classrooms, a unit for babies and toddlers and meeting offices are all part of the newest Head Start Center in...