2020 Editions

2020 Editions

Going Gluten-Free: Living With a Celiac Disease Diagnosis

Kendall was just 3 years old when she started exhibiting some unusual symptoms. She began getting stomach aches fairly regularly and had what looked like eczema showing up on

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Benefits of Preschools that Educate Students with Disabilities Alongside Typically Developing Peers

With the advent of inclusion in special education over the last few decades have come integrated preschool programs with a typical peer model. These programs, which many school districts

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Ongoing Attractions: Current Museum Exhibits, Features in Northeast Ohio

Looking for a fun, educational outing with your kids? Check out these family-friendly ongoing attractions happening this month and beyond in the greater Cleveland/Akron area.  ...
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Finding Support for High-Risk Families During COVID-19

Despite recovering from cancer, Noah Lifka, 9, is still in the high-risk category. His family shares how others can help families like theirs during the pandemic. read more

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Boys & Girls Clubs to Help Students Learning Virtually

Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio will provide in-person help for kids in digital-only education environments by creating at least 11 school-day learning centers in Clubs across the

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More Than a Commute: Getting to School Presents Challenges, Opportunities for Connection

Trekking to school, though it may look dramatically different this year, is a time-honored ritual that helps children build relationships, confidence and connection. read more

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How to Form a Co-op and Collaborate for School Success

As the school year ended without picnics and parties, I thought “never again.” As in, “I never again want to experience online school.” I wasn’t alone. Through text messages,

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How to Avoid Mask-Related Acne

Wearing a mask is our new normal, but as we cover our mouths and noses to stop COVID-19, some of us are uncovering a new problem — “maskne,” or mask-related acne. Learn expert tips for how to prevent this condition. ...
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Publisher’s Note: Hope First

I grew up as a typical suburban kid a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away called Chicagoland. It was the 70s and 80s — innocent days before

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Eat the Harvest: Creative & Kid-Friendly Recipes for Fall Produce

We’ve reached that point in the year when it’s unavoidable to leave the grocery store or farmers market without a bounty of crisp apples, oversized pumpkins, plump squash or a few dozen ears of sweet corn in tow. Wholesome and hearty, fall produce can be used in a variety of tasty recipes with plenty of opportunities for the kids to pick, peel, chop, mix, mash and devour. For messy hands and full bellies, bring on the harvest. ...
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