After Judy Gelles learned about the deeply troubling stories of inner city 4th graders, she became even more curious. What were 4th grade children experiencing in different schools not just in the US but around the world? Across cultures, which values remained the same and which were starkly… Continue
Two years ago, Judy Gelles was volunteering at an inner city public school and was assigned to a fourth-grade class. The school was as diverse as they come with children from African American, Hispanic and Asian immigrants. After several months of helping the students with their reading skills, she felt the need to connect with them on a deeper level. Mostly, she wanted to find out their… Continue
Goooo Schultz! If you vote, go to Starbucks afterward and have a nicely brewed tall cup of coffee on them!
This idea came up a number of times on MyStarbucksIdea.com, an on-line forum for sharing customer and partner (employee) ideas. Way to go for implementing it, Schultz!
From what I've read online it's based on the honor system so just tell them you voted.…