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Kids Are All So Alone (when puberty hits)

Savage breath bashed the swamp’s surface, turning it a dieted black sort of color. Crash into one another, crash, crash. The swamp had been still for eternities and eons and decades and years and months and days and now. Now it was something of a fairy tale how it cranked and battered and willowed and […]

The Toll on Teachers and the Future of Education

Information for this article was taken from teacher interviews and a poll responded to by 25 Ingraham teachers. The Coronavirus pandemic has uprooted the daily life of all students. During this time in isolation, it can sometimes be difficult to realize how the Coronavirus is affecting the people that students interact with every day. How […]