The author of this piece is a freshman in high school. She hopes that sharing some lessons she learned from ...
Here's what I learned.
As human beings, we all want to feel seen and heard. We need a human connection and to feel like ...
You never know what is going on in someone else's mind.
A poem about autism.
The benefits of a fixed, decision-making system.
I wake up groggy and disoriented. As I open my eyes I see that I am surrounded by metal bars ...
Remember, high school isn’t a death sentence. Just do your four years and get paroled, a.k.a. graduate.
But its going to be OK.
Rather than coddling, they enable students coping with trauma or mental illness to participate fully in academic environments.
And convince them of the ongoing importance of Holocaust education.
This summer, we met with an amazing group of teens at Kutz Camp, to ask them how they defined beauty. Here is what they had to say!