In Brief: May 1, 2000

ANGRY KIDS With school violence regularly in the headlines, educators are looking for ways to teach children to control their anger while they're still young. Special programs for preschoolers that focus on anger management are being developed in school districts throughout the country. Using puppetry and role playing to explore problematic situations that a youngster might face, psychologists help children express their moods and learn to resolve conflict in constructive ways.

SILVER SURFERS While older Americans are often seen as technophobic,the latest studies, including Microsoft's Senior Initiative, show that they are taking to the Internet faster than any other age group....

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