Whole Child Education

Working to bring parents, educators, policy makers and communities together to ensure children are prepared for adulthood, this group is advocating for development of children who are healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged. A wonderful resource for those interested in advocating for change in education that emphasizes the whole child.

Race to Nowhere At Stanford University

The Stanford screening last Thursday, December 2, proved to be as enlightening as we had hoped. Joining in the Q&A session afterward was Dr. Deborah Stipek , Dean of the School of Education at Stanford, Dr. Madeline Levine, noted clinical psychologist, author of The Price of Privilege and co-founder of Challenge Success, and Dr. Denise Pope, Stanford Lecturer, author of Doing School and co-Founder of Challenge Success.

CNN Covers Race to Nowhere 9/4/2010

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CNN
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Sep 17, 2010
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Three Books about Education Reform

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Aug 22, 2010

Variety.com: Race to Nowhere

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Sep 17, 2010

Washington Post Review: 'Race to Nowhere' film highlights stress students face in high-pressure academics

"A growing grass-roots phenomenon" — Donna St. George, Washington Post

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The Washington Post
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Donna St. George
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Oct 25, 2010
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CNN Coverage of Race to Nowhere

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CNN
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Sep 7, 2010
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Tribecafilm.com

You’ll never look at school, or young people, the same way again.
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Sep 19, 2010

Time Magazine - The Growing Backlash Against Over-Parenting

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Nov 21, 2009