More about mentoring at-risk kids

For children who live in chaos or neglect, mentoring really does help them build better lives. Like all relationships mentoring takes time and patience, but the rewards are extraordinary for both the mentor and the child. Read David Bornstein’s followup in the New York Times to the article published earlier – linked to my previous post, below.

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