Early in my career as a teacher, a school leader shared a story about the Masaai warriors and their traditional greeting: “Kasserian Ingera,” which means “And how are the children?” In the Masaai community, the well-being of the children is of the highest value and the response, “all the children are well,” indicates that life, […]
Summit in Action
See implementation in action at these featured schools, come away with ideas for your school.
Growing up in Fresno, California, Nicole Rivera dreamt of being an educator, but not necessarily in the Central Valley. As the child, she moved around repeatedly and saw her school, Aspen Valley Prep, as one of the most consistent elements of her childhood. Nicole started attending Aspen Valley Prep in fourth grade and continued all […]
Hispanic Heritage Month is in full swing and we would love to take this time to highlight some of the Hispanic artists that have made such a deep impression on our world. From brilliant frescos that stretch across some of our most iconic buildings to beautiful words that stretch across time, these Hispanic artists are […]