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How parents can help change the culture of sexual harassment

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| As reports emerge about men abusing their power to harass women, parenting and early childhood experts see an opportunity for parents to help break the cycle.

Early educators learn why babies are the 'ideal' scientists

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Teaching science and math to babies may seem like a daunting task, but for educators at Children's Center at CalTech, they are the perfect audience.

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Legislators are paying attention to 4-year-olds

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There are about half a million four-year-olds in California and lawmakers are thinking about them. Two bill have been introduced will goals to expand pre-K.

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At this nature-based preschool, a rainy day is an opportunity

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The first big rainstorm of 2018 didn't keep kids at the Child Educational Center indoors. It was an excuse to learn with mud and puddles.

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California beefs up pool safety act in hopes of saving lives

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The new law, which goes into effect Jan. 1, 2018, will require new or remodeled pools to have two drowning prevention features.

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Your child development questions answered

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It seems there’s a constant flood of new strategies for raising children. Here's some insight from four local child development experts.

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This preschool dream is a nightmare for some neighbors

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On a quiet street in Santa Monica, a teacher purchased a house with the goal of turning it into a non-profit business — a preschool. Many of the neighbors object.

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Gardening on wheels: La Troka hits the streets

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La Plaza de Cultura y Artes is taking its gardening workshops on the road with mobile classroom. La Troka made its first stop Wednesday.

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