It's no secret to any of you that Granny is not a fan of the Nanny State. But this case from Great Britain, makes me think it's not such a bad idea:
A network of around 80 "super nannies" is being set up by the government to
show parents howto control their unruly children.
It's the latest initiative in the government's battle against crime and
anti-social behaviour. It's being announced by the Prime Minister today as partof a government initiative throw the spotlight on the crime and justice system in England and Wales.
Around 80 trained child psychologists will try to improve parenting in areas with high levels of anti-social behaviour.
The idea is to try to nip problems in the bud, before children get completely out of control.
On second thought, given the leanings of our American child psychologists, maybe not.