It may be hard to think about, and watch, but we simply have to.
Accidents happen -- especially at playgrounds, where 200,000 children every year suffer serious injuries. Read on to make sure your child plays it safe.
Three school shootings occurred within one month in the fall of 2006, including an incident at an Amish schoolhouse in Pennsylvania that killed five children. CHILD interviewed Jerry Brodlie, Ph.D., chief of psychology at Greenwich Hospital in Connecticut and a member of the magazine's advisory board, for his advice on reassuring children during frightening times.
It's 13 times safer than riding in the car, in fact!
Mom blogger Deva Dalporto takes on the importance of drivers stopping for school buses in a video parodying "Bust a Move."
The Newtown shooting showed us how vulnerable our children can be. Find out what schools should consider doing to protect their students and teachers.
In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, Vice President Joe Biden discusses how to keep schools safe and whether armed guards are needed at every school.
In light of the horrific school bus accident in Tennessee, here's what you need to know to keep your kids as safe as possible.
Make sure your child learns in healthy surroundings. Here are trouble signs to look for, plus steps to take to start improving your school.
Minimize the stress on your child's back.
How parents can help make their child's school more secure.