I am glad to be seeing a shift within the school system that values the emotional and social development of children, and therefore, values the school counselors that are there to support that development.
It's time to talk about how we can help our children process Islamophobia. How we give them stable and strong foundations to fall back on when they are faced with bigotry and prejudice in their schools and among their peers.
I long for my children to be happy and thrive more than anything. But I must remember that this often means loving and supporting from a distance and not intervening
Nearly one year ago, a teenage girl was shot by gunmen for defying a Taliban campaign to close schools in Pakistan's Swat Valley. Her name is Malala Yousafzai.
Sarah Jackson shares the pros and cons of being home schooled.
It's back-to-school month with no letup in our country's interminable decline into child illiteracy and obesity.
TEDxStudioCityED was a powerful event with a select group of top leaders on blending self-regulation, technology, and education. I was thrilled and touched to be included in the line-up of speakers, and delighted to tie everything together in my talk.
As parents and teachers, how can we try to encourage our kids to see challenges in the classroom as opportunities to get better, rather than be good?
This following is excerpted from "My Conversations with the Mystic", an interview of Sadhguru by Shekhar Kapur, the director of the Academy-Award winning film "Elizabeth".