An Interview With a 16 Girl About School Issues In 2022
Conrad and his daughter Ella sit with Idaho Speaks to talk about the issues with the Sources of Strength curriculum being debated at the Coeur d’Alene School district. Ella talks about the presence of drugs, bullying, and suicide pressures our children struggle with on an almost daily basis.
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This is perhaps the most powerful episode I’ve heard.
I will share this with legislative colleagues— we are right now formulating our agenda for the education committee.
Great stuff my friend!
[…] peer leaders, at schools with the Sources of Strength curriculum. The interview in its entirety is here. Conrad Woodall suggests the program will not have the desired impact on teen suicide. He would […]