All the parenting news you probably didn’t have time to read this week.
- The Child Exchange, an investigation by Reuters, uncovers the horrifying market of child-selling on Facebook and Yahoo, known as the practice of “private re-homing,” a term typically used by owners seeking new homes for their pets. (Reuters)
- Amy Webb writes on the dangers of over sharing images of your children on Facebook now that facial recognition has the potential to create troves of data on everyone. (Slate)
- The New Republic makes a compelling argument for the “wild child” or non-conformist kid being neglected or mismanaged in the conventional American school system. (New Republic)
- Although there’s a growing pool of stay-at-home dads, The Atlantic says this is a way over-hyped trend that is based more on fantasy than reality. (The Atlantic)