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2020 Rhodes Scholars Look to Shape Future of Global Migration Policies

This year’s class of Rhodes scholars reflect a broad range of interests and goals, but the urgency of global migration patterns and crises is...

GLSEN: Here’s Why We Love this Organization

Did you know that 8 out of 10 LGBTQ students still experience bullying or harassment at school? That’s an incredibly high percentage if you...

New Report on DACA Shows How the Program Increases Economic of...

This coming Tuesday, the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments against previous judicial rulings on DACA. The court’s decision will determine the fate...

Can you Tell Me How to Get to Sesame Street, 50...

It’s nearly impossible to hear the Sesame Street jingle without instantly picturing Big Bird and Oscar The Grouch. If you’re like us, you’re instantly...

Meet Dafne Almazán: the Mexican Psychology Whiz Who Can Probably Fix...

Imagine walking into a therapist’s office and being greeted by a young adult. A long-haired, youthful-looking girl that barely looks like she is getting...

McDonald’s HACER National Scholarship Series, Featuring Kimberly Ramos

Kimberly Ramos is very familiar with a quote from Hippocrates that reads: “Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love...

How Are We Actually Supposed to Talk to Our Kids About...

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) statistics, it is estimated that one-third of Americans own a gun. Secured or unsecured, legal or...

Building a Positive Racial Identity Could Help Your Kid Perform Better...

There’s a large body of research that explores how academic performance is tied to a student’s racial identity, and the conclusions of experts are...

The Subtle Art of Vetting Your Kids’ Teachers

The art of vetting a teacher has become increasingly more important, as children compete in modern society. In a world where everything is a...

Presence as Power: A Case for Parents’ Involvement in Their Kids’...

Children have their own journeys to make over the course of their education, overcoming challenges, discovering the things that they’re best at, growing into...

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