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Thinking for Themselves — Kids and Debate

Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest This article is copyrighted by Fearless Parent™ 2016 by Louise Kuo Habakus We Americans pride ourselves on being iconically independent. We have a maverick spirit… you know, don’t tread on me, don’t tell me what to do, and all that… we have minds of our own, right? So what’s the deal with all the herd
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Vaccine Exemption Rights in Schools — Episode 89

Listen to Fearless Parent Radio™ on Wednesdays at 7pm ET online on PRN.fm or by phone by dialing (401) 347-0456. Once the show has aired, listen on our Archived Shows page, iTunes, or Podbean. Check back here to keep tabs on our upcoming shows! #89 — Pediatric Autoimmune & Neuropsych Disorders ** November 4, 2015 Guest // Alan Phillips, Esq ** Host // Valerie Borek, Esq All fifty
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Compulsory Education: Is This the Only Option for Our Youth? — Episode 76

Listen to Fearless Parent Radio online on PRN.fm at 7pm ET or on your phone by dialing (401) 347-0456. Once the show has aired, listen via our Archived Shows page, iTunes, or Podbean. #76 – Compulsory Education: Is This the Only Option for Our Youth? ** July 8, 2015 Guest // Matt Hern **  Host // Carla Atherton Carla Atherton interviews Matt Hern, lecturer, writer, historian,
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Social-Emotional Learning is the Key to Success – Episode 57

 #57 – Social-Emotional Learning is the Key to Success ** December 31, 2014 Guest // Diana Shulla-Cose ** Host // Toni Bark, MD Listen to Fearless Parent Radio online on PRN.fm at 7pm ET or on your phone by dialing (401) 347-0456. Once the show has aired, listen via our Archived Shows page, iTunes, or Podbean. Editor’s note: After this show aired, we received feedback that
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Our Fabulous Food Event in Cranford!

by Louise Kuo Habakus On behalf of Fearless Parent™ and The Thinking Moms’ Revolution, we’d like to express our deep appreciation to the wonderful speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, volunteers, and attendees who came together to create a fabulous food event in Cranford, NJ on Saturday, May 3 at the Calvary Tabernacle Church called Stirring the Pot — How Food Makes Us Sick, Keeps Us Well, and Drives
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Interview with a College President – Episode 18

April 2, 2014 — Edward Burger, PhD with Louise Kuo Habakus and Alison MacNeil View on Amazon.com Do you think about… how you think? Is this something that can be done differently, let alone more effectively? Can we inspire our children to do the same? Ed Burger thinks so. He and co-author Michael Starbird have a new book called The 5 Elements of Effective
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School Reform Needs Courage

by Janine Walker Caffrey, EdD, Special Contributor to Fearless Parent School reform needs courage. It’s the missing ingredient. Corrupt leaders are dependent upon a fearful populace to maintain their power and control. They rely on ignorance of this group and its lack of education so they can provide what is perceived as the only path toward success. Nowhere is corruption more apparent than in
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Bullying: I’m Naming Names – Part 2

Note: when Fearless Parent changed its URL in 2013, we inadvertently lost all the “likes” to this post. Read Part 1 here. by Louise Kuo Habakus My son was bullied at Oak Hill Academy After reading about Rebecca Sedwick, a 12 year-old who killed herself after she was tormented by bullying, I was moved to tell two stories. Yesterday, I told you mine. Fast
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Bullying: I’m Naming Names — Part 1

Note: when Fearless Parent changed its URL in 2013, we inadvertently lost all the “likes” to this post. Read Part 2 here. by Louise Kuo Habakus Late Saturday, we buried our pet gerbil, with tears and sweet stories. My boys had taken very good care of him. I was moved by their compassion and deep sadness. Yesterday, I woke up and read the lead
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Tuesday Afternoon. One Week Before School Starts

By Alison MacNeil I catch myself in the three-way mirror outside The Gap dressing room where my 12 year-old daughter is trying on back-to-school clothes. ‘Who is this woman?’ I wonder as I roll my shoulders back and suck in my stomach. ‘When did I become the grown-up? I look tired,’ I think to myself, ‘School starts in a week … almost to the
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