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
Keeping It Real
Because of the intensity of the theory of change work Exodus is doing, the high school schedule has changed, as the team focuses on b
Doubt Is Not The Opposite of Faith
Research has shown that optimism and belief systems can influence outcomes. Matching students with positive adult
Give Up A Seat, or A Saturday?
We all come from different backgrounds and life journeys, and so true sacrifice - true giving up of life - looks diffe
What You Know vs. What You Believe
Taking a ho-hum attitude toward the millions of kids from impoverished backgrounds streaming into our public schoo
Why Peer-to-Peer Learning Is So Important
Character development is a key part of a child's growth, and in fact can influence their success in school.
An Exodus graduate, Vianelly is a perfect example of the exponential power of mentoring. For years, she was mentored through the Exodus after school a
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