Let them know that this country does not always treat everybody fairly. Kids understand what fairness is.
With nursing homes closed to visitors, these kids found a way to make a difference.
"Ask your kids to become your program directors.”
“We are all trying to stay flexible. We’re keeping our eyes open. We have B plans and C plans."
"I learned that I really like the creative side of me.”
“It’s crazy to think that this little iPad, this communication device, can make such a big change.”
The child welfare system is very much operational at this point in time.
Have you found yourself pushed to your limit, losing patience? Or do you find your kids are acting in ways they don’t normally behave?
"Baseball and family are pretty much synonymous."
There are now 20 JAM Clubs across Pennsylvania and four in other states.
The American Heart Association hopes kids will go home and teach their parents and grandparents as well.
Kids get to practice the skills they're learning in a simulated business world at JA BizTown.
"Early detection is often the key to success."
The hope is that families will start their own college savings account.