The new co-ed scouting provides boys and girls the opportunity to work together in an environment in which they can challenge each other.
Who doesn't love free? Pittsburgh RADical Days gives families the chance to visit favorite destinations without paying a dime.
We’ve gathered a dozen of the most family-friendly Halloween events around, some new and some annual favorites. Ready, set, boo!
“When our children have a better racial identity, they’re better as people, they’re better as students and achievers. They learn better problem-solving techniques and better behavior because they’re rooted in who they are.”
“This is a time for mom to get some self-care. I try to remind them to find stillness and quiet even among the noise.”
"Theater can change lives, and it needs to be accessible to everyone.”
Venture Outdoors coordinates the TriAnglers free fishing program through the end of September.
In their first year, high school kids grew as much as 800 heads of lettuce every week and gave it all to their local food bank.
“Our approach is history should be fun. If kids are having fun, they'll be learning in the process.”
The treehouse is "a magical, different world up in the trees. You can see the canopy and get ... fresh eyes on nature."
"Imagine if a child learns about art history through LEGO" -- Nathan Sawaya
"Hope is what we cling to. Programs like this, schools like this, companies that hire people with autism... it gives you hope for the future."
School is letting out for kids everywhere, and while summer vacation is fun, summer learning loss is a real problem. One study cited by Brookings Institute found that kids in grades 2 to 9 lost 25 to 30% of their school year learning over the summer. The problem disproportionately affects low-income students who may not be able...