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Is Statewide All-Day Kindergarten a Good Idea? [AUDIO]

Is it a good idea to offer full-day kindergarten statewide in New Jersey?

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Statehouse (NJSenateRepublicans.com)
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Bill Closes Loophole for Sex Offenders [AUDIO]

Working with children would be prohibited for sex offenders, who are considered a risk to repeat their crimes, under a bill that's been introduced by Assemblywomen Caroline Casagrande and Pamela Lampitt.

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Flickr User Unfolded
Flickr User Unfolded
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More Kids Have Mental Disorders, Report Says [AUDIO]

Childhood mental disorders are on the rise, with one in five kids dealing with some kind of a problem, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

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ICHIRO, Getty Images
ICHIRO, Getty Images
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How Early Are Children Watching Pornography Online? [POLL/AUDIO]

It's no secret that children are able to access all kinds of things much earlier than they used to, but a new study by Bitdefender finds that many start watching pornography by the age of 6 and begin flirting online by the age of 8.

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Sandy Hook Elementary School
Sandy Hook Elementary School (Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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Should Panic Alarms Be Mandatory In New Jersey Schools? [AUDIO]

Garden State lawmakers could soon give final approval to a measure that aims to make public schools in Jersey even safer than they are now.

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More Adolescents at Risk for Suicide Have Gun Access, Report Says [AUDIO]

One in five children or teens at risk of committing suicide are able to access a handgun, according to a report presented to the Pediatric American Societies.

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Flickr User Kevin Lawver
Flickr User Kevin Lawver
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Are NJ Preschools Letting Our Kids Down? [AUDIO]

New Jersey gets high marks for its preschool program, but a new report finds we can and should do better.

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Toms River home where 6-year-old Brandon Holt was shot by a 4-year-old neighbor
Toms River home where 6-year-old Brandon Holt was shot by a 4-year-old neighbor (Facebook)
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Toms River Reacts To Young Boy’s Death [AUDIO]

As investigators in the Atlantic County Prosecutors Office determine whether to press charges against the parents of the four-year-old Toms River boy, who shot his six-year-old playmate in the head on Monday, Toms River residents remain in shock by the tragic incident.

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NJ Gun Control Stressed After Accidental Child Shooting [AUDIO]

The case of the 4-year-old who accidentally shot a 6-year-old in the head in Toms River has stunned the state.

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New Jersey Named Best State to Raise Children

The Garden State often gets a bad rap, for everything. But when it comes to raising children, a new study found New Jersey to be tops!

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