I feel so fortunate to be blessed with four awesome kids who all add so many dimensions to my life! As a dad, I respect the responsibility of being a good role model and father to my kids....
Guest blog from Pam Fischer I was recently introduced as “a passionate coach and teen driving advocate.... committed to schooling anyone who cares through the process of training their new...
The National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) knows a lot about teen driver safety! As sheriffs, we, and our other law enforcement counterparts, are on the front lines of the challenges and...
Alcohol Awareness Month is almost over but our work is far from over. Our April goal was to ignite a million conversations about drunk driving and underage drinking - and we did it (by a lot,...
We asked Amy Nakamto, one of our 20 People to Watch in 2011, to give us a quick update on how she's continuing her work into 2012: Last year The Century Council chose to honor me as part of...
The follwing post comes courtest of Lisa Graham Keegan, member of our National Advisory Board and education advocate. As summer begins to wane, and the new school year approaches, we parents feel...
From The Globe and Mail Teens are famous for their moodiness. Periods of feeling sad are part of a normal adolescence. Teenagers can develop serious depression, at which point you do need to enlist...
Via Bryan Clay, ambassador of the Ask, Listen, Learn program: I love being a part of the Ask, Listen, Learn team because it lets me talk with young people about the powerful effect making good...
Saying “no” to underage drinking is part of leading a healthy lifestyle. I know this seems pretty simple but the happiest people are people who live a healthy lifestyle. A healthy...
The role technology plays in education is constantly evolving as educators and school administrators understand that the key to reaching students is to make learning engaging. The Ask, Listen ,...