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Effort Aims to Give Boys Strategies to Cope With Challenges

A Bay Area educator who founded the Ever Forward Club for Boys contends that fostering emotional maturity in boys will help them improve academic performance and dropout rates.

Pre-K teacher Josefina Pineda teaches her students the concept of "push" by having them join hands and push back and forth...

A Bay Area educator who founded the Ever Forward Club for Boys contends that fostering emotional maturity in boys will help them improve academic performance and dropout rates. Designed for boys in grades six through 12, the club uses conversation, play and community to help pupils build better strategies for handling the challenges of school and life. (NPR)

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