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youngster

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a young person between birth and puberty

one who is not yet legally of age

a guileless, unsophisticated person

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one descended directly from the same parents or ancestors

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A second necessary condition for emergence of self-regulation is children's learning of specific cultural tools that would allow them to eventually use self-regulatory behaviors independently.
The parents of Millennial children typically desire to be involved in all aspects of their children's development and education (Howe & Strauss).
Ram & Hou (2003) have found that parents' marital conflict will often lead to less involvement in their children's school activities and inconsistencies in their style of supervision.
Traditionally, childhood and children's lives have solely been explored through the views and understandings of their adult caretakers" (Christensen & James, 2000, p.
Dr Ozuah is professor and interim chairman at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York.
These principles were reaffirmed in April 1997 in an Executive Order on Children's Environmental Health and Safety requiring all agencies of the U.
The still dramatically white children's book industry embarked upon a two-pronged effort to capitalize on the newly discovered multicultural children's market.
Bipolar disorder could be the most serious diagnosis in children's mental health, and almost always requires medication, making it one problem (like ADHD, see below) where getting the correct diagnostic label is critical for appropriate treatment.
An ideology focused on children's protection was transformed into a preoccupation with order and social control.
Charles Loring Brace's well-known work with the Children's Aid Society in New York beginning in 1853, and his 1872 book, The Dangerous Classes of New York, were significant in raising the public's consciousness regarding destitute children and sparking the child welfare movement.
LDAA, the Council for Exceptional Children's Division for Learning Disabilities, International Dyslexia Association, and the National Center for Learning Disabilities created a joint statement touting the benefits of No Child Left Behind.
In spite of ample evidence that fathers are important to children's development and well-being (see, for example, Sylvester & Reich, 2002), studies have shown that, over time, non-custodial fathers tend to become less involved in the lives of their children (Amato & Gilbreth, 1999; Argys, Peters, Brooks-Gunn, & Smith, 1998).
Parents who disagree with school officials over how their children's needs will be met can take their grievances through a process of mediation and, if necessary, to the courts.
In many of these deaths, county Children's Services Inspector General Michael Watrobski made recommendations to the Department of Children and Family Services to conduct in-house investigations to determine if disciplinary action was warranted against those workers involved in the cases.
Over the past five or 10 years--no one's really sure how long--more and more congregations have turned to offering some form of children's liturgy as a way to build that sense of connection, and often those Masses are packed with families with small children.
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