We will be discussing the article in class.
Who are the 'change makers' that the article refers to? Would people involved in the Bully Project last year or the Mock Accident be considered change makers? Would those who start new activities, get involved in new projects or begin or participate in clubs be considered change makers?
The article states, "Any city or country that doesn’t help its youth master these basic skills is finished, its companies and institutions disadvantaged. " What do you think they mean by that?
The article also mentioned that groups of students can 'tip the culture of a school'. In what ways you have seen change tip the culture of this school?
Write about this topic for five minutes in your journal.