Christopher Kearney In The News

Profile: Christopher Kearney

August 17, 2020
For many children in the U.S., the usual back-to-school jitters are likely to be a lot more intense this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
May 4, 2020
Students of the 2020 generation thought they would spend the spring like the older ones before them.
April 1, 2020
A few weeks ago (or maybe it was days — time means nothing to me anymore), a push notification on my phone alerted me that my friend had tagged me in her Instagram story.
March 24, 2020
Somewhere on the way to turning 15, my oldest son stopped being my shadow. Instead of clinging to my legs to go with me to the store, he now barely waves goodbye as I set off without him. On a typical school day, there’s barely time to get in a “How was your day?” He’s in the door, into the kitchen to grab a snack, and off to the dungeon—I mean bedroom.
March 21, 2020
Streaming services and online conference call companies aren’t the only ones profiting during the coronavirus pandemic.
March 4, 2020
Michael C. of Scarsdale, New York, sailed through elementary school. But once he entered middle school, the waters turned choppy. Overwhelmed by the heightened academic requirements, “it was like he was in a panic mode and was just not doing any of the work,” says his mother, Helena. “There was zero effort—things just totally cratered.”
January 6, 2020
You know your toddler is ready for school when he shows any of the following: social skills, independence, and emotional maturity.
September 4, 2019
Clark County commissioners approved an increase in sales tax to pay for social and educational services.