11-Year-Olds Start Anti-Bullying Campaign in Wake of Election 2016
A trio of Seattle sixth-graders form the D.C. Bully Busters and head to Washington, D.C., to talk bullying in politics in the wake of Election 2016 and the election of …
Too Young to Vote: Local Teens Seek Change With Walkouts, Student Government and More
Seattle-area teens share how they make change through student walkouts, student government, nonprofits and more.
Your Teen's Relationship: Is It Healthy or Abusive?
Is your teenager's relationship healthy or abusive? Experts offer their parenting advice including signs of abusive behavior.
Math Class: Why Aren't Girls Getting the Same Support As Boys?
Why are girls not getting the same support in math class as boys? Here's what you should know about solving for XX in the world of mathematics.
The Bravery of Self-acceptance: 'Penny and the Magic Puffballs'
Seattle author and mother writes a book about girls and hair that is actually about bravery and self-acceptance.
Wing Luke Scores With 'Who's Got Game?' Exhibit
Play games, learn about unsung heroes and be moved at the Wing's new exhibit about Asian Pacific Americans in sports.
Use Your Words! Encouraging Expressiveness in Children
One mom banned three words so that her child could learn to better express herself.
Into the Woods: Outdoor and Nature-based Preschools in Seattle, the Eastside and Tacoma
Children have always loved playing outside, but we now know the many benefits of nature connection for kids. We explore the rise of outdoor preschools in greater Seattle and how …