[ad_1] FORT MYERS Parents never stop worrying about their children. But if you thought you didn’t have to worry about human trafficking in Southwest Florida, think again. The two big questions parents have are: what is law enforcement doing about human trafficking? and, How do you keep your family
[ad_1] PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — From a homeless teen mom to an esteemed educator, Fatihah Abdur-Rahman turned her life around completely. She has devoted her career to helping children. “I grab on ’em and love on them,” she said, “and I share some pearls of wisdom.” Being principal of Forest
[ad_1] DALLAS, Feb. 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Birthday Party Project is kicking off the year in style, ready to celebrate more children than ever before with help from local partner Tegan Digital. The non-profit organization launched a fresh look and new website this past Friday. The improved branding will energize
[ad_1] Express News Service CHENNAI: Solomon’s evenings are very different from those of his 22-year-old peers. Perched on a platform on Singer Street in Broadway, he is surrounded by a dozen children between the ages of six and 14 — some of them chanting verses from the Thirukkural, some deep
[ad_1] LOS ANGELES — The challenger sat alone at a square folding table in the center of her teacher’s immaculate living room, stockinged feet whispering against the plush, white carpet, hands poised over a blue Perkins Brailler — something like a manual typewriter crossed with a court reporter’s steno machine.
[ad_1] This school year, schools identified around 420,000 fewer homeless students than last year. That would normally be a hopeful sign, but not during the pandemic. Advocates say there aren’t fewer students experiencing homelessness. It’s just that schools can’t find them. Click here to listen to the story: Deb Foust
[ad_1] An abrupt spike in suicide deaths among students in the Clark County School District has officials in the Las Vegas district wondering if pressures brought on by the coronavirus pandemic might have been part of what fueled the increase. Joe Buglewicz for NPR hide caption toggle caption Joe Buglewicz