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Say Goodnight to Tech Before Bed

Relaxing with a tablet or television before hitting the hay has more negative effects than you thought.

Learning Happens One on One at Fusion Academy

Joanna Gagis sits down with the Regional Managing Director to learn about this unique teaching style.

This Is the Opportunity Your STEM-Loving Kid’s Been Waiting For

Mini inventors everywhere are sending their genius ideas for a shot to appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

After-School All-Stars Helps Kids Be Successful in the Future

Regional Executive Director Dax-Devlon Ross explains how the program keeps urban youth safe, fed, smart and active.

Parents Think They Know What Their Teens Are Doing Online, But Teens Aren’t So Sure

New research by Common Sense and Survey Monkey reveals an interesting disparity between parents and their teenagers.

Are Kids Too Tech-Obsessed?

You might want to think twice next time you want to keep him busy with a tablet.

How Much Homework Help Is Too Much?

The experts weigh in on when to step in (and when to back off).

NJ Theater Alliance Supports and Advocates For Local Theaters

You don't need to go to NYC for amazing theater.

The Met’s Biggest Exhibit on Michelangelo EVER Is Opening in NYC This Month

Head to the Metropolitan Museum of Art before February to see iconic drawings, sculptures and more.

Teaching Civility in a Not-So-Civil World

How to nurture respect and compassion during divisive political times

Take the Kids: Crayola Experience

This Easton, PA staple is a can’t-miss for creative kids.

Going Out to Eat With Your Autistic Kid? You’ll Want to Read This First

Eileen Shaklee, mom to a 13-year-old boy and the blogger behind Autism with a Side of Fries, shares her best advice for making eating out a little easier. 

Kids Are Getting Inspired at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers

This New Brunswick spot has one of the most impressive university collections in the nation.

Art House Productions Brings Color to Jersey City

This culture and arts org is filling a void for tons of creative talent in Hudson County.

NJ Art Programs for Budding Artists

Many schools have cut back on art programs, so if you’ve got a kid who wants to know if she’s the next Matisse, sign her up for one of these classes.