Bringing ‘Wonder’s’ lessons of empathy and inclusion to life for students
It isn’t often that my son jumps in the car after school full of excitement over a class assembly, but that’s what happened last spring, when Sam Drazin visited to talk about empathy and what it means to be different. Drazin was born with Treacher Collins syndrome, the same rare congenital disorder that the character Auggie Pullman has in R.J. Palacio’s best-selling book “Wonder.”
My son does not have a physical disability, but he immediately connected with Drazin’s story. Read more from The Washington Post:
A Deeper Dive into the Power of Language Changing Perspectives' Executive Director, Sam Drazin, paired up with Janelle...