New policies in China “relieve” the Students from Peer Pressure

by Irina JiangImage: yu wei / Unsplash Chinese children, born into the most populous country in the world, face tremendous pressure since birth, as do their parents. Every choice made by parents is perceived to directly affect their child’s future career and social status. Some parents spend much of their income on kindergarten education for their child to have access to the same resources as … Continue reading New policies in China “relieve” the Students from Peer Pressure

Hope, Community, and Dreams from the American Dream School

by Meheer CommuriImage: Kimberly Farmer/ Unsplash He was scared. He was worried. This unfamiliar place was so new to him. But he was finally here. He was in New York City. Mr. Cabrera was only 14 when he first attempted to cross the border and enter America. Growing up in Tlaxcala, his family lived in a wooden house with a cardboard roof. Like many Indigenous … Continue reading Hope, Community, and Dreams from the American Dream School