The New Jersey Department of Children and Families continues to investigate the case of a crazed South Jersey mother, who decapitated her 2 year old son, then stabbed herself to death with a knife after calling 911.
It’s no secret that lottery sales spike when there are enormous jackpots, like last week’s 320 million dollar Powerball jackpot. But the biggest money-maker for the lottery, by far, is the multitude of scratch-off instant games.
This is the fifth and final segment in a week-long, five-part series on technology and our kids. David Matthau talks to teens, their parents a child psychologist, a sociologist and an education expert to get different perspectives on the positive and negative aspects of technology, and how it’s affecting the way our children think and behave.
Most Jersey teens have embraced technology – and are hyper-focused on their cell phones, and texting to communicate with friends and family – but how will high-tech be impacting them in 10 or 15 years?
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