Why Middle School Matters So Much
There is no more important time in youth development than middle school. These adolescents, just a few years away f
Operation Exodus alumni and board member, Adrian Miranda gives back by working with our middle school students to teach them about digital production.
Trust: The Cornerstone of Confidence
Feelings of insecurity or self-consciousness are not unusual in children. While some crave being the center of a
When seeking lasting change it’s important to cast a vision of the result you’d like to see. But, that’s not enough. First,
The “Summer Slide,” is a well documented villain that causes learning loss for inner city children in low-income neighborhoods. Over consecutive s
Here's our Superhero Summer Wish List!
We'll be turning 110 inner city kids on to science, math, literature, and art through hands-on projects,
By Rich Perez
Does Undocumented Mean Unwanted?
Today there are 11.1 million undocumented immigrants in our country. They are given few optio
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
An Unsettling Election
There are conversations happening all over America. They are complex, and in many cases deeply raw and emotional. Families fee
Tracking "Mission Moments"
Theory of Change is a process that non-profits use to analyze their impact. It is a complex idea that includes target popu
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