Deborah Farmer Kris is an author, parent educator, and founder of Parenthood365. A child development expert, Deborah works as a parenting columnist for PBS KIDS and writes about education for MindShift, an NPR learning blog. Her work has also been featured in The Washington Post, Boston Globe Magazine, and other national publications.
Over the course of her career, Deborah has taught elementary, middle and high school, worked as a school administrator, and served as an associate scholar at the Boston University Center for Character and Social Responsibility. She is the author of the All The Time picture book series.
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