Elizabeth Kirshner·4 min read
He notices the book I’ve pulled out from my bag; we’ve read it before and it’s one he adores, but selfishly, this selection was in service of my own emotional longings, an effort to fulfill the day’s requisite mourning. By the way, did you know that Anne Frank wrote children’s stories?
Stephanie Wellen Levine·3 min read
I'm still sad about this chilling encounter.
My thoughts on the worth of digesting the tremors of the world around us.
Elizabeth Kirshner·1 min read
Prayer, panic, and politics, in a poem.
David Karpel·1 min read
Children are being torn from the arms of their mothers.
Chaya Kurtz·1 min read
They mean it when they say that parenting does not come with an instruction manual. These are the questions that regularly come up for me.
The other half of the story and how much we still don't know.
Stephanie Wellen Levine·4 min read
A wise, hilarious boy discusses unfairness in school and beyond.
Rivki Silver·6 min read
Sometimes it is through loss that we come to discovery.
Reflections from a teacher's first year in the pedagogical trenches.