It will take years for us to understand just how deeply students’ lives have been impacted by COVID. While testing may give us an inkling into what the academic impact has been, these tests cannot gauge the toll of ongoing COVID for students’ mental health and their ability to thrive. […]

Peace Ed Goes Back Into The Schools

It seems a natural fit for Rose Livingston to serve as interim executive director at Peace Ed because of her years of experience as a JCPS classroom teacher and administrator. Who better to recognize the need for young people to learn conflict resolution and cooperative skills than someone who has […]

Meet the Interim Executive Director of Peace Ed

It means something when a volunteer offers his or her time over a period of several decades to an organization. Lee Beckhusen, retired Presbyterian minister and Peace Ed’s board of directors chair, became acquainted with Peace Ed nearly two decades ago. After an initial six-year term on the board, she […]

Peace Ed Has a “Gigantic Impact”