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Families impacted by teen fatalities tout the importance of safe driving
Data from Zero Fatalties shows that last year nearly 60 percent of teens killed in crashed were not buckled or wearing their seat belts properly, the lowest usage rate of any age group. In 2015, a total of 26 teens died in vehicle crashes in Utah.
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How the digital age changes literacy education
For both parents and teachers trying to lift the U.S."s dismal literacy rates, the new literacy is a delicate problem.
How to plan a successful tween Halloween
I love to see tweens trick-or-treating (they could be doing much worse), but not all want to hit the sidewalk.