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Growing Up Digital, Wired for Distraction

By MATT RICHTEL Published: November 21, 2010 REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — On the eve of a pivotal academic […]

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Sex, drugs more common in hyper-texting teens

By MIKE STOBBE AP Medical Writer ATLANTA — Teens who text 120 times a day or more – […]

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Old-Fashioned Play Builds Serious Skills

By by Alix Spiegel, NPR’s Morning Edition On October 3, 1955, the Mickey Mouse Club debuted on television. […]

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Toddlers’ Favorite Toy: The iPhone

By HILARY STOUT, New York Times Published: October 15, 2010 THE bedroom door opened and a light went […]

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Why Waldorf Works: From a Neuroscientific Perspective

By Dr. Regalena “Reggie” Melrose Why Waldorf works has more to do with how the brain develops and […]

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Kids Haven’t Changed; Kindergarten Has

By Laura Pappano New data support a return to “balance” in kindergarten http://www.hepg.org/hel/article/479 In the ongoing battle over […]

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The Organization Kid

The young men and women of America’s future elite work their laptops to the bone, rarely question authority, […]

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Revenge of the Right Brained

By Daniel H Pink, Wired Magazine Feb. 2005 When I was a kid – growing up in a […]

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Organization Kids, Waldorf Schools and College Admissions

When I arrived in Boulder, Colorado for spring break my first order of business was an alumni panel […]

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Are we raising a generation of nincompoops?

By Beth J. Harpaz Associated Press Writer / September 27, 2010 NEW YORK—Second-graders who can’t tie shoes or […]

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