Increase Kids’ Exposure

School shootings galvanize people’s views on gun control, violent video games, aggressive lyrics, security systems, and mental health care. As Leon Siegel, my professor of international relations, used to say: “Crisis brings about change.” Or does it? However Week-Ender readers feel about guns, games, songs, security, and sickness, they can probably agree on one thing: Restricting young people’s exposure to pernicious content is only half the picture. The national conversation we are currently not having is about intentionally exposing young …

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One comment on “Increase Kids’ Exposure

  1. link for FCF FamilyCare on said:

    I like your guidelines about What Kids Should Be Exposed To. And thanks for posting this. I just got another new idea just like your guidelines. Thanks.

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