When we want wisdom, we turn to people older than us. But there is a lot to be learned from younger generations too.
Elizabeth English knows this. She’s the head of one of the most innovative schools in the country, The Archer School for Girls, and has spent her career working with — and learning from — younger generations.
We sat down to talk about the problems facing parents today, why kids need and thrive from rules, boundary setting, phone addictions, and how her students make her hopeful for the future.
This is… A Bit of Optimism.
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