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Fifty-five percent of parents admitted to being less strict than their own parents had been, and a quarter of parents don’t discipline their children for fear of upsetting them.
I’m sure there are a hundred more reasons why college tuition is so expensive, but at the very least we need to stop putting a band aid on the student loan crisis and start addressing why it happened.
We’re not going to learn anything if we skip over important pieces of history and avoid challenging literature merely because it might make people “uncomfortable.”
Apparently Maria von Trapp was not politically correct in how she raised her children.
When asked whether they would save their dog or a foreign (human) tourist, 40 percent of people said they would choose their dog. That number drops to 10 percent when the choice is between their dog and their best friend.
If they can't be challenged by reading, how are they supposed to tackle tough questions in life?
R.I.P. Gene Wilder.
Do children really need books about zombies or a polar bear’s missing underwear?
While all of the negative articles about Millennials are valid, they don’t apply to the entire generation of 80 million.
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