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Parents be warned: some dating apps – like FastMeet, Meet24 and Meet4U – allow adults to find and communicate with children. Concerned parents should remove these apps if they’re on children’s devices. You also can set your kids’ devices so they...

Online games and websites for kids are everywhere these days – to the point where it’s commonplace to see toddlers playing with them, too. And while the internet often offers a positive way for children to explore and learn, privacy concerns are...

Do you know a child who dreams of being the next big star? Who spends time at home, recording song and dance routines (maybe over, and over, and over again)? That child may have used a free app called Musical.ly, now known as TikTok, to create...

Many school forms require personal and sensitive information. Here are some tips for keeping your child’s personal information safe — from pre-school through college.

Safeguard your child’s Social Security number (SSN). Don’t carry your...

As summer winds down, it’s time for back-to-school shopping. Here are some tips to help you save time and money.

Get the teacher-approved list. Many teachers have lists of items they want their students to have. Take an inventory of clothing...

Over the past several years, sales of electronic cigarettes have grown rapidly, especially among youth. They currently are the fastest growing part of the tobacco market.

Unlike traditional cigarettes, e-cigarettes are generally battery-...

No doubt, there are a lot of talented kids out there. Aspiring young actors, singers, dancers, models and other artists often network to find auditions, casting calls and other professional opportunities. Online talent search companies often...

If you’re a high school or college student, or their parent, it’s nearly time for the 2018-19 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form, which becomes available October 1, 2017.

Completing the FAFSA form is free, and it gives...

The FTC offers free materials to help people understand money issues. So when teachers from across the country meet annually to improve their own financial literacy, and increase their ability to teach personal finance in school, we’re ready to...

If you’re a high school or college student or parent, it’s important to know that beginning this year, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) filing season for the 2017-18 academic year launches Oct. 1. This is a new timeline that...

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