Independence, accountability, and teen chaperone rules
Malls, theme parks, and restaurants increasingly require teenage patrons to have adult chaperones. Why are businesses making this change? And what does it mean for teenage independence?
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- Follow along with our source article, “More businesses require teens to be chaperoned by adults, curbing their independence” by Anne D’Innocenzio at the Associated Press.
- Learn more about the SOAR method on the News Coach blog.
- For my thoughts on non-digital restorative practices, listen to our previous episode, “COVID-19, summer break, and restorative practices.”
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