Identity Development

Using Storytelling to Forge Unbreakable Bonds Between Teachers and Students

Kristin Leong is the definition of a multi-faceted educator. She’s held a variety of roles in which she “educated” her audiences—from her stint as a middle school humanities teacher, to her days as Town Hall Seattle’s Community Programs Curator and Residency Program Lead, to her work as the founder of a storytelling project that aims …

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Why ‘Poor’ Should Never Be a Report Card Grade

“Grandma, are we poor?” 4-year-old Angelica (not her real name) asked, with a twinge of anxiety. “No baby, we are blessed,” her 53-year-old grandmother replied, with an exhausted half-smile. At a city-sponsored early childhood education fair where we met, mental health resources, classes, and after-school programs were on display for enrollment. Organizations like First 5 …

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