By Lisa Gavitt Being a college student isn’t a walk in the park. It is stressful, exhausting, challenging and really pushes you to use your mind in ways you never have before. It’s even harder to return to college…Read More
By Amy Salgado It’s that time of year when we begin replacing beach days and late summer nights with early mornings and school days. The start of a new school year can bring about excitement, anxiety and new challenges. Here…Read More
Edited by Lisa Gavitt There are still several weeks left of summer, and you may be worrying that your children are losing some of the academic gains they made at school. While summer learning loss, a.k.a. the “summer slide,” is…Read More
By Annika Lile Two hundred dollars and a handshake. This is what welcomed Dennys Valle, at the age of 17, into “adulthood” when he left the foster care system. “I felt like an alien out in this new world,” said…Read More
By Sherri Ginsberg Editor’s note: Summer is here, which means your children have more time to read for pleasure. Here, Hillsides’ award-winning librarian Sherri Ginsberg, gives some top book recommendations for children of all ages. Readers 4 –…Read More
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