We’re excited to announce that the Bozeman Trail game to teach middle school history is available FREE to play online. Play Bozeman Trail I’m the first to admit that my history education has been lacking, with my last history course being in the eighth grade. Since I skipped a couple years of school and entered…
Although our youth reviewers did not find the content in the Crossroads games to be traumatic, I still urge caution before recommending. Here’s why.
We had our first community solutions with youth workshop in Minneapolis. Our next step is to help youth devise a plan to increase college access.
We need to give all students an opportunity to succeed.
What teachers need is consistency in supported programs. We’re providing that with Growing Math.
A successful internship program requires meaningful work, which we define as including four “shoulds”
Cleaning my office, I came across notes in my office from an event where adults with disabilities gave career advice to youth.
Big things are happening with students learning to think globally and act locally.
We are Anishinaabe, the original people, and we are here to stay. Value us and our contributions to the world we live in today.
– Words of wisdom from our newest board member
This is what sustainable community building looks like and how we create change.