13 Reasons Why

The new Netflix show called “13 Reasons Why” is stirring up a lot of talk, opinions and controversy. Students are watching it and talking about it. We want you to be informed and educated. If you’re student is watching it we hope and encourage you to talk about the show and its contents with them. Below we’ve listed several articles that we hope you find beneficial as you navigate the best way to approach and connect with your student(s) over the the shows content/message.

1. growingleaders.com/blog/13-reasons-why-how-to-talk-to-teens-about-show/?utm_source=Master+List+%28Monthly%2C+Weekly%2C+Daily%2C+Events+%26+Offers%29&utm_campaign=021db31d61-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_b8af65516c-021db31d61-304420889&mc_cid=021db31d61&mc_eid=7df0ea9de6

2. foxlevineandassociates.com/blog/2017/4/19/13-reasons-why-and-its-unintended-consequences

3. nymag.com/thecut/2017/04/13-reasons-why-isnt-really-about-suicide.html

4. nymag.com/thecut/2017/05/teenagers-explain-what-adults-dont-get-about-13-reasons-why.html

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