Responding to Tragedy: What My 7th Graders in China Are Learning from the Survivors of Stoneman Douglas | Choices Ideabook

Amy Lauren Smith, a Choices teacher-adviser, led her class through a lesson on advocacy after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy.

Source: Responding to Tragedy: What My 7th Graders in China Are Learning from the Survivors of Stoneman Douglas | Choices Ideabook

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