Research suggests that the experience of gratitude has four parts, but we rarely teach all of them to our kids.
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This is a time of intense political partisanship. How can we avoid feeding hate and distrust in our children?
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Exposure to chronic trauma is having tragic effects on some of our students. How can educators help?