Philosophy & Methodology

There is Hope: Unsung Black Female Suffragists

There is Hope: Unsung Black Female Suffragists OUR INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE NARRATIVE MATTERS. IT HELPS US APPRECIATE OUR VALUE AND OUR INFLUENCE. Contributed by Seneca Franklin, Intake Support Specialist, PEP Connections Finding My Voice I never quite understood the importance and the magnitude of my voice — my right to vote — until I began
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Philosophy & Methodology

A Ray of Hope for Multi-System Involved Youth

A Ray of Hope for Multi-System Involved Youth: The Real World Promise of OhioRISE DURING HER YOUNG LIFE, MARA ENDURED HOMELESSNESS, ABUSE, NEGLECT, FAMILY SEPARATION AND FOSTER CARE. Contributed by Deanna Moore, manager, communications In 1989, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation set out to discover ways to provide needed services to youth involved in multiple
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PEP Day Treatment Centers

Educator Reflections on Pandemic Positives

Educator Reflections on Pandemic Positives THERE IS SOMETHING ABOUT SEEING A TEACHER’S CRYING TODDLER WANDER INTO A ZOOM MEETING THAT SCREAMS, “WE ARE ALL HUMAN HERE!”   Contributed by Julie Lanigan, educational services coordinator, and Christine Zanoni, educational services coordinator     Wait. What? Does that title really say, “Pandemic Positives?” Is that even a
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PEP Day Treatment Centers

Seven Remote Learning Tips to Boost Student Success

Seven Remote Learning Tips to Boost Student Success TODAY, WITH MONTHS OF REMOTE LEARNING UNDER OUR BELTS, WE’VE LEARNED A FEW THINGS. Contributed by Christine Zanoni, PEP educational services coordinator; Denise Milner, special education supervisor, PEP Eastwood; and Lori Murphy, instructional coach, PEP Eastwood The Sudden Switch to Remote Learning We’ve been teaching remotely for
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