With older kids parents can ask probing questions: Whose shoes would they want to be in during a debate? How would they feel as the targets of the more caustic exchanges?
With older kids parents can ask probing questions: Whose shoes would they want to be in during a debate? How would they feel as the targets of the more caustic exchanges? Brant Sanderlin file illustration
With older kids parents can ask probing questions: Whose shoes would they want to be in during a debate? How would they feel as the targets of the more caustic exchanges? Brant Sanderlin file illustration

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