Parents.com has heard that public school teachers across the country are being offered a lot more money to teach kids privately during the pandemic. While it can mean potentially safer conditions for teachers, education advocates are concerned about what it means for low-income students.
Netflix’s new documentary American Murder: The Family Next Door explains what led Chris Watts to kill his family. He’s just one of many family annihilators to make the news. Experts explain what leads these killers to do the unimaginable.
Choosing the right daycare for your children is rarely an easy decision. Considering in-home daycare? Here’s everything you need to know.
When our son was an infant, he suffered a seizure and we rushed him to the emergency room. This led to an arrest, months of lost custody, and thousands of dollars in legal fees. And turns out, we aren’t the only family who went through this heartache.
In cities across the country, urban transport policies are putting parents at risk.
On shopping excursions to gear kids up with a year’s worth of pencils, notebooks, and folders, many parents are opting to pack them all in an armored backpack.
For children, elevator rides are an adventure, but the adventure comes with some risks. Here’s how to keep them safe on their journey.
Abortion is legal throughout the U.S. But after a certain point in the pregnancy, forty-three states prohibit your right to terminate. Do you know your local abortion laws?
Restrictive abortion laws in states across the South and Midwest threaten your right to choose. Here’s what they this mean for women considering parenthood.
About 700 women die every year in the U.S. from pregnancy and childbirth. What’s worse? A new report says many of them could be saved.