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By Ali Alowonle | Reprinted with permission by LocalTiesMedia.com When you hear the word school, what thoughts and feelings do you have? What memories and associations does your mind conjure up? If you were or currently are a student of
By Howie Knoff, Ph.D. Labor Day weekend is usually a time for family, food, fun, and relaxation. But this past Labor Day—like many days in 2020—was a time of distance, loss, reflection, and uncertainty. And so I found myself spending
USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education (USC Shoah Foundation), and Discovery Education have announced the winners of the 2020 Stronger Than Hate Challenge. The Challenge and the 2020 winners exemplify the power of youth voices
The Character Tree is providing parents with free access to video lessons that help teach children about racism and tolerance. The episodes, each hosted by a real first grade teacher, pair a character trait such as kindness or bravery with an