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Nature learning is formative in early childhood, and it can happen in even the most urban settings.
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These student activists knew their community’s issues were relevant worldwide—so they made their voices heard globally.
Fundraising has become standard for most schools—but an education system that relies on private donations will never be equitable.
Restorative disciplinary practices look to students to help make schools safer.