A company called If You Can has launched a new app to help parents monitor the whereabouts of their children using GPS and other location systems.
More Bay Area high school students are graduating than ever before. But many of them are doing so by taking classes by computer to make up courses they failed in the classroom. Critics contend those students are graduating but they’re not really learning.
Would Marin County residents support a hike in property or sales taxes in order to fund a broad array of support programs for kids of all ages in the county?
Children across the country and around the world will be getting tablets, smartphones and computers for gifts this holiday season. There are many ways parents can ensure that their kids are using these devices appropriately.
The government has announced new online child privacy rules it says give parents greater control over the personal information that can be collected from preteens on the Internet.
Parents wanting to shield their children from some of the more disturbing aspects of the massacre in Connecticut have a lot to contend with, especially in this day and age.
KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid said the latest report by federal officials found that app developers are still not doing enough to protect the privacy of kids.
As darkness falls and masked goblins & superheroes fall into the time-honored tradition of door-to-door scavenging for candy, Zillow.com has earmarked as the best places to Trick-or-Treat…
The Latino Family Literacy Program at Dan Mini Elementary School is aiming to bring parents and kids together through books.
Toys-R-Us’ new Tabeo seems like a long shot to me. In a world where kids already have an appetite for iPads, Android tablets and the Kindle Fire, I’m not sure where something “kid” fits beyond a certain and very young age.