Petal’s Weekly Picks for Top Parenting for the Future Stories: Beating Hunger, Financial Security, Navigating Racism, Emotional Resilience and Innovating the SATs and learning

by | May 19, 2019 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hunger, poverty and inequality continue to afflict the human family and threaten the future of too many of our children. This week, I was inspired by an inventor, a billionaire, a mother, and even a college board, all tackling these scourges through creativity, generosity, sport and fearless determination. Along the way I picked up wonderful lessons and thought-provoking advice for assuring the emotional health and financial security of our children.

Here are my picks for the top Parenting for the Future stories this week:

Meet the man trying to end childhood hunger by sustainably extracting fish protein and turning it into an odorless, tasteless food product.

A billionaire’s generosity propels a 2019 class of future game changers

One mom’s quest to focus on fun, not fear, as she helps her child navigate a racist world.

SATs “Adversity Score” will paint broader picture of students with social and economic background information

Street children given a moment to shine — and shine a spotlight on their plight — in the Street Child Cricket World Cup in the UK.

According to 200 European scholars, there’s a lot we can learn from the digital universe except how to think and feel.

Yes, it’s possible. Your toddler may already be developing emotional resilience. Here are the seven ways they’re showing you how.

According to various studies, the most successful kids see their parents do these 5 things.

Is art the right investment for your child’s future financial security?