What to do if students are targeted because of Ebola fears?
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa and irrational reactions to it in the U.S. are creating challenges in some schools. Here are some suggestions and resources to help school staff restore calm and safety when students are being targeted because of Ebola.
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Telemundo features our PAZ Program!
On October 20, Telemundo 47 aired a nice segment about our PAZ After-School Program at PS 214 in the Bronx. Check it out!
Morningside Center Executive Director Tom Roderick shares insights from our 26 years of collaboration with researchers in this blogpost, orginally for the WT Grant Foundation.
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