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On Being a Teacher and an Ally

By Molly Breen Parents and educators have long grappled with whether and how to address difficult subjects with young children. Common concerns include age-appropriateness and a worry of overwhelming children with adult concerns. But truthfully, kids will pick up on … Continue reading

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Share the Wealth: Spotlight on Community

By Laurel Lisovskis, BSW Part 1 in our Share the Wealth series. Click to read other Share the Wealth posts. It is no secret that we continue to feel the pinch in the realm of public school budgets. Across the … Continue reading

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Fifty Years Later, “I Have a Dream” Still Resonates

The Legacy In 1963, thousands of civil rights activists from many parts of the United States joined the march on Washington, D.C., to protest ongoing racial discrimination. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial … Continue reading

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