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Journalist Moms on Their Parenting Super Powers

Journalist Moms on Their Parenting Super Powers

Never missing a beatMy super power is teaching my baby to get into the groove. The latest adorable video clip of my 10-month-old that’s making the rounds among friends and family shows her rocking out to the cartoonish ’80s hit “Walk the Dinosaur” by the band Was (Not Was). Though she can’t yet walk, the…
How Four Years Shaped Girls’ Political Views

How Four Years Shaped Girls’ Political Views

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Despite those findings, the young women I interviewed all had high aspirations — they wanted to become a novelist, an animal scientist and a basketball player. One, Ana Shepherd, 18, had decided to pursue politics as a direct result of what she saw the last four years. She was born in Mexico and felt she…
Artist’s Illustrations Help Explain Climate Change to Kids

Artist’s Illustrations Help Explain Climate Change to Kids

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Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together.Climate change can be an unsettling subject for anyone, but it can be downright frightening for children. To explain the topic to young people, The New York Times’s Climate desk published a guide, “Bad Future, Better…
Learn 10 Commonly Confused Words With TikTok and The Times

Learn 10 Commonly Confused Words With TikTok and The Times

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Students in U.S. high schools can get free digital access to The New York Times until Sept. 1.Many of us, whether at school or in the workplace, puzzle over how to use commonly confused words like affect and effect, farther and further, and capitol and capital.We were excited to discover that Claudine James, an English…
We Asked Teens What Life Was Like in a Pandemic. They Had a Lot to Say.

We Asked Teens What Life Was Like in a Pandemic. They Had a Lot...

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Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together.Last fall, when The New York Times Learning Network invited teenagers across the United States to tell us what living in a pandemic was like, we didn’t expect so many answers — nor did we expect…
How The New York Times for Kids Explains the Capitol Attack

How The New York Times for Kids Explains the Capitol Attack

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Grappling with the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol is hard enough for adults. How do you help children make sense of it? Two articles appearing this weekend in The New York Times for Kids, a section that runs the last Sunday of every month as part of the print newspaper, tackle that challenge. The…

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