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Originally published in Education Week on February 13, 2018 Today, more than 10 percent of all children ages 5-17 in
Originally published in the Baltimore Sun on October 26, 2016. For parents of teenagers, it's tougher now than ever to
Originally published in the Baltimore Sun on June 2, 2014 Parents of child athletes, take this quiz: Does your child receive
Originally published in the Baltimore Sun on October 28, 2015  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ When you become a mother, you have your choice
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I'm beginning to think I'd have better luck finding a needle in a haystack. But I'm not looking for just
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Waiting for a youth baseball game to begin, I whiled away the time talking with a guy whose kid seemed