Written by Richard Rapaport
“Each kill site is different, but we treat them all like crime scenes,” biologist Ken Clarkson notes as he hunches over a dead sandpiper. He is surrounded by an intent clot of students from Katie Kling’s fourth-grade class at the East Palo Alto Charter School. Twenty-six nine-year-olds […]Continue Reading →
Imagine this: a place dedicated to the enhancement of the individual. A place where people are challenged to set personal goals and a community has been established to help them pursue those dreams – free from judgment by others and reinforced by mutual respect. Sounds pretty good, right? It is.
For a lucky community of […]Continue Reading →
It’s a sunny Wednesday afternoon in East Menlo Park,and the Riekes Center for Human Enhancement is filling up with its usual after-school crowd. Kids of varying ages, ethnicities, and abilities are heading in for a pickup game of basketball on the courts. In the adjacent “Film Barn,” a few students edit video […]Continue Reading →