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In Brawley, California, where unemployment rates are among the highest in the country, a group of high schoolers are taking measures to fight hunger in their home town as well as around the world.
Inspired by assisting a deaf classmate when he was in high school, Marlton School’s teacher Joe Rivera continues to triumph in his Los Angeles-based classroom using real-world examples in his lectures.
Computer coding is helping at-risk sixth graders at James Denman Middle School in San Francisco learn math and science while also keeping them out of gangs.
LifePlay Productions, an extra-curricular program in San Diego, helps kids stand up to their bullies by teaching creative conflict resolution in a fun way while simultaneously boosting their confidence.
Montera Middle School in Oakland, California has seen multiple health benefits after adding standing desks to classrooms that also give students the power of choice.
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