Dee Williams, who downsized from a three-bedroom to an 84-square-foot house, responds to essay winners of the Fall 2012 writing competition.
Read Ritika's essay about her desire to have a smaller home as long as she can spend time with the people she lives with.
Read Rowan's essay about the sustainable dance community home she would build so she could live with her ballet sisters every day and save the planet.
Read Paw's essay about how her Burmese roots taught her that no matter the size of your home, an abundant garden is essential.
Social worker Judy Pruim takes you behind the scenes at Muskegon High's Teen Health Center at —a place where students feel safe, and their success and well being are supported. This is Judy's story.
Dream of a Nation explores today's challenges with new ideas and solutions through the perspective of on-the-ground thought leaders. It generously offers educators a range of free, downloadable resources, including lesson plans, interviews, videos, and discussion guides.
Read Johnny's essay about responsible hunting.
StoryCorps records and archives interviews of everyday Americans to preserve history and personal stories. Its National Teachers Initiative was created to celebrate great teachers and to highlight their invaluable contributions and influence on students and all of us.
Edutopia bundle of resources on meditation programs that can be used in school. Steps and benefits to bringing meditation to the classroom.
Kate Sheppard, author of, "Why My Dad's Going Green," responds to the winning essays of the Fall 2011 writing competition.
Read Cherese's essay about trying to understand her grandmother's prejudice against Hispanic people.
Read Wesely's essay about the value of compromise.
Read Lourdes' essay about her struggle with the choices her father has made.
Read Haley's essay about friendship despite disagreement.