What Do You Want for Your Teen?
by Asha Nayaswami
Financial security? A good job? A nice home?
Material goals are self-evidently necessary and worthwhile. But, surely, many intangibles are also worth considering, such as happiness and peace of mind.
Reflections from Jack Dieckmann
Stanford University, Associate Director of Curriculum - Mathematics
Given that my professional field is education, I spent a great deal of time trying to find the right school for Joseph – I visited and studied a wide variety of schools, I interviewed the people, and I shadowed and observed.
Reflections from Esther Peralez-Dieckmann
District Chief of Staff, U.S House of Representatives
Enhancing Academics by Developing the Whole Child
Bringing Out the Best in Our Teens
By Helen Purcell
Growing Up in the Living Wisdom Schools
By Rose Atwell
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