Summer Yoga Camps

By Madison Rogas, CEI Intern What if a summer experience existed for kids that helped boost self-esteem, instilled a sense of inner peace, and encouraged a sense of play? Well, it does– summer yoga camps for youth are popping up around the U.S. as opportunities that encourage play, and fuel creativity, connections with peers, and
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Global Minds: A STEAM Summer Camp for Gifted Turkish Students

By Dana Asby, CEI Intern As global demands require workers to have flexible, divergent, and creative thinking, Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) Education has gained international attention. Countries all over the world are making STEAM Education a priority because they understand the benefits of presenting information in a multidisciplinary format rather than the
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Oprah and Congress Agree: Trauma-Informed Care Deserves our Attention

By: Dana Asby, CEI Intern  Mental health professionals have long settled the nature versus nurture debate with the conclusion that there is a complex dance between the two that results in an individual’s developmental trajectory. Therapists who work with trauma survivors have clinical experience backed up with empirical evidence that proves that adverse childhood experiences
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