Mentoring — whether formal or informal — is a powerful tool to keep young people on the right track, particularly kids who are disconnected from their community. Highlights and insights from the 2015 report The Mentoring Effect are worth repeating. Youth with mentors are more likely to report positive behaviors and less likely to report negative ones. At-risk … Learn More... about The Value of Mentoring
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Materials abound for equity learning: books, stories, articles, op ed pieces, podcasts, webinars, movies, and more. We’re curious: What resource has made the most impact on you? Which would you recommend? We’re interested in all racial equity and social justice educational information including LGBTQ+, disabilities, women’s issues, incarceration…. We’ve started a list … Learn More... about Sharing Equity Resources