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Letter: ‘You May Now Thank Your Mother and Me’

A dad—and engineer—takes issue with a scientific example. But its message, he says, is spot on.
Source: Amy Lee Ketchum

Why You Should Argue In Front of Your Kids

In a recent episode of Home School, a Wharton psychologist suggests that exposing kids to respectful disagreements can help develop their independent thinking and creative problem-solving skills.


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