At Home With Common Core

Testing vs Text The Common Core State Standards Initiative, more commonly called “The Common Core,” has ignited a national conversation

Read More September 7, 2017

Beacon of Hope Dimming?

Making Good on A Promise Brown v. the Board of Education was an iconic case that was supposed to be

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Back-to-School Heights Style

Iris Garcia heads up the committee on special needs for the Operation Exodus Parent Advisory Council, a group of parent

Read More September 6, 2017

Will DACA Dreams Die?

The Uncertain Fate of DACA Students About 800,000 undocumented young adults have endured weeks of tension over the uncertain fate

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Pre-Teen Hope in the Heights

Age of Opportunity There is no more important time in youth development than middle school. These are adolescents just a

Read More August 8, 2017
operation exodus benefit concert

A Concert to Benefit Exodus

Nathan Vickery & Tom Jennings In Concert   TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th | 7:30 p.m.   W83 Ministry Center, 150 W

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Phone Free Zones">Phone Free Zones

What’s Next? “Phone Free” Zones   “When friendship is conducted online and through texts, kids are doing this in a

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Operation Exodus Joins LEAD">Operation Exodus Joins LEAD

Operation Exodus Joins LEAD The Hispanic Federation, with the support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has launched a

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The Importance of Free Play">The Importance of Free Play

Don’t Limit Free Play! While a summer full of too many unproductive or unsupervised hours is a terrible waste for

Read More July 30, 2017

Heart in the Heights">Heart in the Heights

By Natalie Muñoz The Transformative Power of Giving Back This summer, returning as an intern to Operation Exodus after my

Read More July 26, 2017