According to a recent report in The New York Times covering a new Pew Research Center survey, family income levels make an impact on how parents rear their children.
Five area families discuss why they chose the type of school to which they send their children—parochial, charter, public, or private—and the benefits they found in each school setting.
Arts Brookfield hosted its Grace-ful Ice: Dinosaurs carving demonstration in front of Grace Plaza, where artists created dinosaur sculptures out of ice.
IDNYC released their list of updated benefits and discounts for all municipal ID holders.
Top online retailers, like Amazon and Overstock, have stopped selling hoverboards because of safety concerns.
President Obama signs new legislation that gives parents the right to determine if their children are old enough to walk to school alone
United Airlines organized a special flight for sick children to fly to the North Pole at Newark Liberty International Airport, where they met Santa Claus, Mickey Mouse, Minions, and Batman.
Bowlmor AMF has teamed up with Fighting America from December 18 to January 3 to host the third annual Jingle Bowl, where a dollar will be donated to for every strike bowled.
Bob Hamilton, MD, FAAP, is a pediatrician in Santa Monica, California that shared a video of a technique he uses to calm down crying newborns called The Hold.
Parents are turning to Instagram filters for inspiration when coming up with baby names, according to a trend report by Baby Center.
According to BabyNames.com, the most popular baby names are Charlotte and Oliver for 2015, and the site lists the 100 most popular names for the year.
Get your Star Wars on with these great activities for kids in New York.
Christopher Ulmer is a special education teacher in Florida that documents his positive interactions with his students on Facebook and approaches teaching them in a loving way.
Carol Suchman bought the entire inventory of Hudson Party Store in the West Village and donated thousands of toys and stuffed animals to the NYC Department of Homeless Services.
Scholastic News Kids Press Corps announced on November 17,2015, that it has added 27 new student reporters for the 2015-2016 school year.
Bobby Cannavale and Edie Falco will perform in one-act plays written by kids as part of The 52nd Street Project Playmaking series.
Rosie’s Theater Kids will be given the 2015 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award on Nov. 17 by First Lady Michelle Obama.
Taylor Swift teams with Scholastic to donate 25,000 books to NYC schools.
Brandon Williams, an autistic teen, saved his classmate with the Heimlich Maneuver.
Hershey Park announced this week that it will open Hershey’s Water Works at Hershey Lodge, an innovative indoor pool complex, next spring.
The NYC Reads 365 initiative will bring books to classrooms in the hopes of inspiring children to read.
Common Sense Media's new study Common Sense Censes: Media Use by Tweens and Teens, reveals how much time adolescents are using various entertainment media each day.
Excitement mounts as new details emerge about 'Moana', Disney's upcoming Polynesian princess adventure, slated to release next November 2016.
The National Institutes of Health published a study claiming that in as little as 10 days, kids's overall health will improve with cutting sugar from their diets.
Eight New York schools named to the Top Innovative Schools list in a country-wide round-up of boundary breaking educational institutions.