‘NOT AT RISK Education as a Work of Heart’

I often wonder why the universe gives such unbearable obstacles to so many wonderful people only to see how many of them use their circumstances to create something admirable and so very much needed.

By TRACEY SHIPLEY
September 6, 2018 20:05
Dr. Menachem Gottesman

Dr. Menachem Gottesman. (photo credit: MIRI SHIMONOVITZ)

 
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Tracey Shipley ONE OF the most daunting tasks for parents is to motivate their teens to attend, participate, learn and benefit from what a school has to offer. Through years of counseling teens and young adults, I have seen so many kids show resentment, by the time they reach high school, of even having to attend school. They boast that they already know it all, that they have better things to do and that no school will benefit them.

This is almost always a smokescreen for simply not feeling comfortable in their educational setting.

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