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Parents can help pick up where the textbooks leave off, and advance their child's understanding of citizenship. Here are some tips to get you started.
By encouraging children to be good citizens now, many people believe these young students are more likely to grow into adult voters.
Last summer your teenager lazed around the pool. This summer, he's old enough to get a job. So should you send him out into the workforce?
What should you say when your child asks you why the woman on the corner is pushing a grocery cart?  Here are some tips on discussing homelessness with kids.
Five holiday volunteering ideas that can make a huge difference in your community this year.
Here's the reader's digest version of everything your teen should know about politics in the U.S.
Here are some ideas to turn Martin Luther King, Jr. Day into a day of service for your family.
How can we better honor Americans who died in military service this Memorial Day? Along with your kid, test your knowledge of Memorial Day with this article.
The Girl Scouts organization has not only grown in numbers - it has also adapted to give girls new opportunities, no matter the times.
Giving your child a forum in which to discuss current events, such the presidential elections, will set your child on the path to good citizenship. Here's how.
Tips for arranging a solid and stress-free schedule for your child this summer.
Many parents want to make volunteering a priority in their lives, but how to go about it in an already over-packed family schedule?
Volunteering is a great way to teach children about the spirit of giving. Here are some innovative ways to get your child involved.
Most parents want to raise kids who are empathetic.  But it can be difficult to figure out how to do it.  Parenting tips on raising kids who care.
Find helpful tips and advice that will guide you in your search for the perfect volunteer opportunity.
Volunteering provides a wonderful way to give back to your community. It also gives your kids a personal perspective on some of society's larger issues, such as  homelessness and the environment.
September 15th is the United Nation's 4th International Day of Democracy. Here are some ideas to help celebrate with your child.
Having trouble teaching your child to say 'thank you' without a reminder?  Here are a few tips to get going.
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