The 10th annual State of the Kid survey delved into topics that included who and what influences kids’ ideas and thoughts, and whether kids feel empowered to create a better, kinder world. The results, garnered on the heels of a number of significant events that saw kids standing up and speaking out like never before, are reflective of their demands for change, which made 2018 a critically important year for listening to children.
Highlights Explores the Influences and Worries of a Generation Inclined to Stand Up for What's Right in 10th Annual State of the Kid Survey
Highlights For Children, Inc. is teaming up with kids’ podcast leader, Tinkercast, to unveil a new podcast for kids
Highlights For Children, Inc. is teaming up with kids’ podcast leader, Tinkercast, to unveil a new podcast for kids titled, Highlights Hangout, on June 4.
Highlights® Magazine Launches 10th Annual State of the Kid™ Survey
Highlights™, the leading family media brand and publisher of the most-read children’s magazine in North America, has announced that its annual State of the Kid survey is live and open to children ages 6 to 12 across the nation.
Larry Dane Brimner wins the 2018 Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Award for TWELVE DAYS IN MAY Freedom Ride 1961
Larry Dane Brimner was named the 2018 winner of the Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Award for the most distinguished informational book for children published in 2017 for his title TWELVE DAYS IN MAY Freedom Ride 1961.
Staff Development for Educators, Stenhouse Publishers to form partnership in Portsmouth, N.H.
The State of Kindness in 2017, According to Kids: Survey Explores Caring, Compassion, and Empathy in the Next Generation
2017 State of the Kid™ survey explores how current climate of intolerance and conflict is impacting kids – and how parents should respond.
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