Teaching+T: Power Of Voice

"Use your voice, see the worth in everyone you meet, and live a life of service." These inspiring and powerful words were shared by a college valedictorian who hasn't spoken since she was 15 months old. Read more about her in our feature story.  --Daniela

Nonspeaking student with autism gives moving commencement speech

A college valedictorian who has not spoken since the age of 15 months due to autism delivered a moving commencement speech, urging her fellow graduates to use their own voices. Read Full Story »

Third Graders Given Full-Ride College Scholarships in One Arizona School

All third graders at an Arizona school now have full ride scholarships to college thanks to a local nonprofit. Read Full Story »

Tapping Maple Syrup: Students in Charge

A White Lake, Wisconsin, teacher turns the school yard into a hands-on classroom to produce a sweet treat. And the students are in charge. Read Full Story »

'Be The Change' Idea

This week, reflect on Elizabeth Bonker's words: "Whatever our life choices, each and every one of us can live a life of service -- to our families, to our communities and to the world." How can you live a life of service?