If you’re raising kids in the suburbs, you know: Too many of us both smother our kids and push them to compete hard for Harvard — starting in kindergarten.The full story is HERE.
David McCullough Jr., a long-time English teacher at leafy Wellesley High, took on our parental disorder in his graduation address there Friday. “You’re Not Special” — now posted at Bostonherald.com — is a speech to read and copy and hand out next fall at PTO. He’s nailed our epidemic neurosis perfectly.
The full text of the speech is HERE.
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