‘Tis the Season – for Some Quiet

A colleague of mine told me she’s already feeling the stressful effects of the holiday season in her child care. There seems to be more anxiety, tension, irritability and conflicts -- and a lot more noise -- from both the children and the adults. I wonder if you’re feeling the stress, too, whatever the holidays mean to you. Reducing the...

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Staying Connected November 2017

Fall is finally upon us at the Fred Rogers Center. Over the past two months, we’ve welcomed back students, taught classes, and even inducted a new class of Fred Rogers Scholars. We are grateful to welcome Sydney Ball, Cory Holland, Lilly McCormick, and Gwendolyn Murray into our cohort group of vibrant young people studying Fred Rogers’ life and legacy, but...

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Staying Connected June 2017

Another summer is upon us and for many of us it’s the time of year for family vacations and staycations. As a child, my family did not have the luxury to travel. We often stayed home in Brooklyn, or if we saved enough, we were able to splurge and take a Greyhound bus up to Massachusetts to see family friends. But...

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Staying Connected May 2017

Typically, this spot in the newsletter is reserved to promote the work of the Center, but I wanted to make a departure and share some news about our thought leading neighbors in the Pittsburgh region. Remake Learning Days will be held May 15 through May 26, and feature more than 350 events for families and professionals to experience how learning...

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