Innovating education to change the world

By Kimberly Sawatka In recent weeks, our country has seen a great deal of turmoil and violence among neighbors. Many have shared their thoughts on what the root cause is and possible solutions. However, the only fix that seems to offer a … Continued

Recent tragedies and conversations with students

By Paul Dauphin In the wake of recent tragedies in Baton Rouge, Dallas, Minnesota, Orlando and around the world, educators and parents struggle with the impact these events are having on children. Children don’t live in a vacuum. Even the … Continued