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Helping Students Resist Peer Pressure

By Barbara Gruener Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner. Belonging. Such a seemingly simple, three-syllable word, but it’s pretty powerful in life’s big picture and right there in the middle of Maslow’s hierarchy … Continue reading

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Every Family Is Different, Every Kid Belongs

Kids come to school to learn, but they bring their families and home cultures along for the ride. Those families come in endless varieties—multigenerational, single-parent, group homes, co-parents, adoptive parents, blended families, foster families, stepparents, and GLBTQ parents. Because of … Continue reading

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