Letter of The Law & Grace

In Times of Trouble by Tatiana Mahoney Did you know that you can be a legal resident and still be in danger of being deported? The current administ

Can You Cope?

Learning to Cope, Coping to Learn As adults, we deal with many challenges every day. From work and relationships to finances or health, our awarenes

Climate Change

In Education, Environment Is Everything Schools where students feel safe, engaged and connected to their teachers are also schools that have narrower

So What, Now What?

An Unsettling Election There are conversations happening all over America. They are complex, and in many cases deeply raw and emotional. Families fee

Back To $chool

What Going Back To $chool Costs Decades ago, a student beginning a new year may have bought some new pencils, a pack of looseleaf, and if lucky, a ne

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A Brave Movement

Visions of Being Brave Brave Movement founders Lenox Cedeno and Manny Dominguez met in high school and bonded as best friends over a shared love of

The Fight For Equality

A Lack of Diversity in NYC's Specialized Schools This year, fewer blacks and Latinos were offered seats in New York City's specialized high schools c

Assessing the Need for an IEP

Christopher has been coming to Operation Exodus since kindergarten, and has always been a quiet student.  A few years ago, when his teacher recomm

LISTEN UP!

To be an artful listener you must be able to not only receive messages, but interpret them accurately. It is our responsibility to understand incoming

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Teachers Over Technology

The Chalkboard vs the Smart Board In January 2015, the Tokyo Broadcasting System reported approximately 75% of Japanese classrooms still use chalkboa