"Like many parents of kindergarteners, on that first day of school I was nervous, and so was my child. Unlike other children, though, Michael was experiencing a meltdown. Within a few hours, the teacher texted me a picture of him playing blocks with the note 'he’s doing fine.'"
While we have received overwhelming praise for introducing a map that more accurately reflects land size, our decision has launched widespread debate on the accuracy of all maps in general.
Check out some of our very own BPS staff who ran the 2017 Boston Marathon
When Agnes Ugoji first came to an 826 Boston Writers' Room at the John D. O’Bryant High School as a ninth grader, she did not think of herself as a writer. Then she joined the slam poetry team, wrote and revised poems alongside her peers and an 826 Boston coach, and gained confidence in her exquisite gifts as a poet.
It’s been 17 years since I embarked in this wonderful path of teaching visual arts. After graduating from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1997, I found myself in graduate school and recently married. Holding a student visa, my only choice was to work on campus. I never imagined I was about to enter a life-changing path.