The Son My Sister Placed for Adoption Wants to Find Her. What Should I Do?
The magazine's Ethicist columnist on confidentiality and our claims to know our biological ancestry.
Do I have a moral obligation to tell my sister about this situation?
Opinion | Vaccines for Young Kids Are Likely Coming Soon. Here's Why They Need Them.
Dr. Beers is the president of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Vaccines to protect young children from Covid-19 are likely soon on their way.
A Return to Quarantine
The virus scare in my child's class was inevitable, but I didn't expect it to come so soon.
Otro posible efecto de la pandemia: mas berrinches en las escuelas
Diversos profesores explican cómo mejorar el aprendizaje social y emocional de los estudiantes.
Your Favorite Children's Books
A reading list, from our readers.
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Opinion | Pre-K, Child Care and Other Priorities
Re " Among the Family Benefits Proposed by the Democrats, Which Deserves Priority? " (The Upshot, Oct. 14):
'Found' Review: Three Adoptees Seek Their China Roots
This documentary, taking emotional cues from the teenagers at its center, is smart, illuminating and tender.
Why Kids May Be Melting Down at School
The NYT Parenting Newsletter
Teachers across the country on how to support children's social and emotional learning.
Opinion | Why Is Raising a Child in the United States So Hard?
If you're active on social media there's a decent chance you came across this chart this month from a Times article about how much less the U.S. government spends on young children's care than other rich countries.
Opinion | How Democrats Should Sell Themselves to Avoid Electoral Disaster
Re " Can Democrats Find a Winning Message? " (column, Sunday Review, Oct. 10):