BOISE, Idaho — Two Idaho students have demonstrated a keen eye for invention, earning an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C., as national finalists for eCYBERMISSION — a U.S. Army STEM competition for students in grades six through nine. Read More ⇒

Anger. Like it or not, it’s an emotion we all wrestle with — and children are no exception. In fact, with sayings like ‘terrible twos’ and ‘acting like a child,’ it seems that they’re especially known for their tempers. But when you consider how young children are only starting to find the v… Read More ⇒

Juneteenth is a celebration of Black history and freedom whose celebration for years went relatively unnoticed by White Americans. It rose in prominence following 2020’s sweeping protests against racial injustice, when dozens of corporations moved to give their employees the day off. In 2021… Read More ⇒

PHILADELPHIA — George Lane, 15, lost his brother to gun violence. Shahydah Merritt, 17, worries that her friends may not show up to school the next day because they could get shot. And Kylee Pearson, just 9, said it’s tough to play outside without thinking about getting shot. Read More ⇒