A Scout has completed all the requirement for the Eagle rank, except one: the Eagle Scout board of review. Then he turns 18. Is it too late to earn Eagle?
Is it OK for Scouts to drive themselves and others to meetings, weekend campouts, unit activities, area/regional/national events and more?
A Scout who is registered and has not been removed from his unit because of disciplinary reasons should not be penalized because his unit is inactive.
A Scoutmaster conference or Eagle project discussion work best as a one-on-one conversation. That raises questions of Youth Protection.
The BSA might be the most patriotic organization in the U.S. But we don't endorse any party. Here's the policy on participation in political rallies.
Today's Scouts prefer to text. How does the Youth Protection rule prohibiting one-on-one contact apply to texting with Scouts? We asked the expert.
Can a volunteer serve in multiple positions within a unit? Can, for example, an assistant Scoutmaster also be on the unit committee? We asked the expert.
The BSA's Trained patch sends a clear message to Scouts, fellow Scouters and parents. It says, "I know what I'm doing." Here's who can wear it.
A Scouter and blog reader saw something familiar in the marketing campaign for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2": a three-finger sign.
Does "two-deep leadership" apply to driving to and from Scouting events? In other words, are two adults required in each car? We asked the expert.