Suzanne Rosenwasser works hard to keep her students from fighting and dropping out, but she can’t catch them all.
In the latest installment of “Believing in Boys,” Suzanne looks for new ways to engage her class. If only there were a standardized test for paper football.
Many of my at-risk students struggle with issues stemming from poverty and race. But abusive wealth and privilege can be equally harmful.
In this installment of Believing in Boys, Suzanne Rosenwasser’s former student, who survived a rocky adolescence on his way to law school, returned to talk to the class.
In the latest installment of “Believing in Boys,” Suzanne ends the year with a fancy dinner and some holiday magic.
In the latest installment of ‘Believing in Boys,’ the class penetrates a brick wall of entitlement.
In the latest installment of “Believing in Boys,” Suzanne Rosenwasser’s students learn from the Giving Tree.
In the latest installment of “Believing in Boys,” playing “the line game” gives Suzanne Rosenwasser’s students a chance to step up for each other.
If boys don’t get what they need as kids, can it be made up for in adolescence?
Teacher Suzanne Rosenwasser tries to get her male students to stop calling each other names—and start acknowledging that words hurt.
A teacher teams up with her principal to help the school’s most at-risk boys.