“We see kids who really have a strong desire to achieve – it’s almost as if it’s in their DNA,” says Richard Martinez, president and CEO at Young Americans Center for Financial Education.
After making it to all the way to the 15th round at the Scripps National Spelling Bee near Washington, D.C., Sylvie Lamontagne finally met her match with the word “chaoborine,” a type of gnat.
Park Hill resident Kyra Kaviani wants you to know what a hero looks like to survivors of child abuse.
Seniors who comprised the first kindergarten class at Westerly Creek Elementary School when it opened in 2003, recently gathered for a reunion in the library of their former school.
Sixth-graders from Bill Roberts K-8 School convened to discuss the Broncos performance in the 2016 Super Bowl to become the world champions.
Fourth-graders from Bill Roberts K-8 School organized a peaceful protest against bullying in light of October being National Bullying Prevention Month.
“Things like cyberbullying and harassment, that’s really only an American thing and I think it’s good for companies to take down those types of pages because if America doesn’t do something about it, it’s only going to get worse.” Sixth-graders at Denver Discovery discuss Internet freedom.
Seventh-graders at DSST Stapleton answer hypothetical questions that make them consider their own morals.
Suppose aliens come to Earth seeking refuge during a space exploration and need help. Do humans help them? Sixth- and seventh-graders from McAuliffe Middle School share what they would do.
“Kids have grand ideas about the future and aren’t afraid to imagine even if it’s crazy…” Students from Hill Middle School share what adults can learn from kids.