13.0 Younger Teens & Pre-Teens

Teens from age 14 to 18 talk about younger teens and pre-teens, their hopes and fears for them.  Host Tianna Manon welcomes Guest Adult Co-Host Beverly Moore, the RCSD Deputy Superintendent for Teaching and Curriculum.  Join the conversation by commenting on the blog, tweeting at us and liking us on Facebook.

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One Comment on “13.0 Younger Teens & Pre-Teens”

  1. Desiree Zicari-Collins
    June 14, 2012 at 3:51 am #

    I am the aunt of Da’neisha Jones and I am very prooud to say that through all her ups and downs in her life she has made the right choices. We in the city of Rochester NY have so many young mothers and fathers that could have made better decisions but with out the help from those who matter in their life they didn’t get the right from wrong. Not only the young moms and dads or young men and women who the cooling out on the street corner is cool. I am proud of these 4 young women who I seen today on these show speaking their minds on topics that truly matter. You go girls and remember there is always a right in a wrong..

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