by Lisa Glover on Jun 27, 10:30 AM
Our culture has ingrained in us the need to constantly look forward and chase the next best thing. The grass always seems to be greener on the other side of the fence, and this notion trains us to continually think ahead for what's to come. In high school, you're dreaming about the years of college freedom that lie ahead.
by Melanie Shreffler on Jun 20, 9:55 AM
Back in the pre-digital age, teens got bored a lot. This happened when they had nothing to do or there was nothing on TV, and they generally solved the problem by going to the phone (it didn't live in their pocket) and calling up a friend or by finding something to do in or around the house.
by Aaron Paquette on Jun 13, 10:30 AM
What "Scandal" can teach CMOs about marketing to screenagers.
by Steve Smith on Jun 3, 1:14 PM
A couple weeks ago I chaperoned a camping trip for my son's class, sharing a cabin and a few days with eight pre-teen boys and daytime activities with all 82 students. There were plenty of stories.
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