As a middle school educator, I often think back to my time as a sixth, seventh, or eighth grader and remember the things that were most challenging and rewarding about those years. One of the.
As parents, it’s natural for us to want to protect our children from adversity and the pain that comes with it—whether that’s related to performing poorly on a test, not making the team, not being.
Every parent’s first responsibility is making sure that their children are happy and healthy. But a close second, especially in today’s interconnected, global world and economy, is ensuring that.