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6th – 12th Grade

Many individuals between the ages of twelve through eighteen naturally possess a strong desire to follow their own reasons for completing tasks rather than having a purpose imposed upon them. Some may suffer from a fragile self-esteem and need encouragement from…

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2nd Grade – 5th Grade

Second Grade-Fifth Grade  During this time, children are energetic and have active imaginations. They learn best by acquiring new skills via lessons that are broken down into singular steps. Giving them an abundance of positive feedback will encourage them to…

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Living situations, Higher Education statistics

Foster Care Statistics

Teaching emotional resilience in the foster care system changes the trajectory of a child’s life. Foster care is an extremely important program and serves to benefit children of all ages. The system helps children transition from childhood into adulthood. During this…

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Being Present

Being Present or staying in the moment does a lot to limit a person’s anger, sadness, worrying about the past, or dreading the future. If we can teach K-12 students how to remain in the moment, they will better understanding…

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Setting Goals

Setting and Achieving Goals Below are a number of guidelines that help wilh setting and meeting goals: Schedule it weekly! ●  Scheduling a time to work on your goals every week will substantially increase the likelihood that the event will…

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