Child Development Ways & Means Presents: What We Can All Learn From The Way Kids Think, Feel And Cope By Anita Rao & Carol Jackson & Emily Hanford • Mar 23, 2020 Melissa Carrico Nothing changes your life like the addition of a child. Suddenly, there are so many new things to consider for a tiny human whose brain works in really mysterious ways. Homeschooling: Questioning Authority, Liberty And Democracy In Education By Grant Holub-Moorman & Frank Stasio • Oct 29, 2019 Courtesy of Valine Ziegler Does homeschooling prepare children for society? Stereotypes about parents who pull their children out of school may not hold as true as they once did. For example, homeschooling is becoming less religious in North Carolina. Last school year, 58 percent of home schools registered as religious as compared to 80 percent in the 1988-89 school year. Study: Parent Skills Program Can Improve Symptoms For Kids With ADHD By Rebecca Martinez • Oct 9, 2017 CK, Carl, Carlo, Carlito / flickr, Creative Commons, https://flic.kr/p/2FGBh5 Improving parenting skills can help reduce risks for children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. That's according to research from UNC's Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute.