The recent violence and terrorist attacks in Paris present challenges for parents. Do you tell your children? When and how do you tell your children about these terrorizing and scary events? What are the dos and don'ts?
These recommendations can be easily adapted for teens. It's extremely important to have this talk. Don't assume that because your teen is older, s/he automatically understands these very complicated issues.
Telling excerpt: "Technology has democratized access to Jewish wisdom and practice and prompted a dazzling panoply of opportunities for people to engage Jewishly without needing to invest lots of time or money."
A new report by Common Sense Media, exploring the daily media habits of tweens and teens, has implications for parents, educators and policymakers.
Excerpt: "Let's just put nine hours in context for a second. That's more time than teens typically spend sleeping, and more time than they spend with their parents and teachers. And the nine hours does not include time spent using media at school or for their homework."
With a study suggesting that the only stage at which the quantity of time parents spend with their offspring really matters is during adolescence, Anna Tyzack investigates the pros and cons of the new 'teen maternity leave'...
What parents know, that teens need time and attention, is confirmed here.
We are witnessing the highly valued currency of connection in many organizations, especially non-profits. This is so because non-profit organizations have the most to gain from a consistent and loyal donor/customer (hereafter named d/c) base. When resources are thin, the value of customer retention is at a premium. Yet, despite the rash of open positions…
Does your non-profit follows any or all of the three recommendations?
This season, when so many emotions surge through us, it is comforting to be within a community. That's part of the grand design, for Jews to be together to usher in the New Year. We collectively hear the shofar's urgency of now and decide that this year, things will be different....we'll be different. But one…
What are the real costs of not creating a better system for 'joining' the Jewish community?
College students this past fall likely borrowed the least amount for higher education in five years, federal data show, amid declining overall enrollment and a drop in lending to students at for-profit...
Think about the typical day of a college student: there are classes to attend, books to study and beer to drink. Now, think about a day in the life of a 19-year-old college student who has a booming jewelry business that pays for tuition.
Thinking of running a business in college? Get inspired here!
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