The Staten Island Advance covers McKee's Health curriculum in using the infant simulators from Reality Works. Click the title or right here.
I feel as if the title of the article should be, "Child's Play is Unusually Hard Work."
By the way, 2 health classes, which means 40 students, were exposed to the pilot infant simulator program. Mr. Paulucci and Kim Watson were the physical education teacher and counselor, respectively, who conducted the pilot program in the second health class.
Interesting how the article ends. The subject of teen pregnancy is so terribly touchy. As long as we do not have the difficult conversations about the topic, the more we, as a society, will be blindsided by uncomfortable consequences.