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‘I knew there’d be controversy, that people would be angry.’

John Marsden's challenging new book, The Art of Growing Up, has divided opinion. In this interview with The Parents' Website, he explains his views.

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Best of the Web: the Family Dog is your Teen’s Best Friend, When your Sibling is your Bully, Kids Tell Parents What they Think of Them, and more…

Our selection of thought-provoking and useful articles from around the web on educating and raising children.

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Best of the Web: Screen Time has Little Impact on Teens, Teach Kids Critical Thinking, and Harmful Anti-Bullying Programs

Our selection of thought-provoking and useful articles from around the web on educating and raising children.

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Childhood Bullying: Tips for Parents on What to Do

Parents and families are deeply affected when a child is bullied, a new poll shows. And they want more help to protect them.

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Besting the Bullies: How Having Many Friends Can Make a Difference

New research shows that having a group of friends can help a child's resilience in the face of bullying.

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Bullying: It’s No Longer Left at the School Gate

The first step in creating a world without bullying is to lead by example, writes Independent Schools Victoria Chief Executive Michelle Green.

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eSafety Commissioner: We must all Step Up to Support Young Australians to Combat Cyberbullying (and Seek Help)

Independent Schools Victoria is encouraging schools to get involved in the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. In this post, eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant details the work of her office to combat cyberbullying.

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My Child is a Cyberbully – What can I do?

All children are capable of bullying - what do you do if you discover your child is a cyberbully? Hannah Thomas and James Graham Scott offer some strategies.

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