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Who is raising the chindren

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Who Is Raising the Children?

Children are no longer being raised by effective positive influences. Most parents don't have sufficient time to spend with their kids because of economic realities. They are relying on other resources to be positive figures. As well as parents, educators also

lack the time and resources to positively influence students in their care. This lack of guidance is resulting in a generation of children without a sense of proper behavior and morale.

Most parents are forced to limit the amount of time they can spend with their children. Our economy may be the largest factor that separates parents from their kids. In single parent homes, the parent often has to work two jobs to support their family. Even when children are living with two parents, often both must work full time jobs. By simply trying to achieve minimal income, parents don't have enough time to dedicate strictly to their children.

Parents are having to rely on other resources to develop their child's mind. All too often, television has become the new baby-sitter for today's youth. This generation of children is watching more hours per day than any generation before it. In order to achieve higher ratings and a larger audience, television is pushing the limits of behavior and morality. When children are left with television as their main influence, a child does

not receive a proper sense of reality. The examples of adult behavior they ...

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