BTS 2 Youth on Education, Success, Stress, Life and Death by vocalo published on 2012/09/11 20:51:55 +0000 This is part 2 of our Back to School special. Typically, the way school works is that young people learn from adult teachers. But, we're flipping the script. It's all about what youth have to say. This playlist is full of youth-created content. When you listen to where they're coming from, you might just learn a thing or three. Here's the rundown --Street-Level Youth Media's own Tia Dunlap reflects on her neighborhood --SLYM's LaQuesha Coleman on what her education represents to her --Walking home from school one day, Kendall's friend picked up a bottle and threw it. He explains how that one action changed the course of Kendall's life. --Back to School can mean back to stress. Teen journalists with the Mash are on it. --In 2012, Chicagoland high schools saw an increase in teen suicides. Mash reporters give their take --Free stylin', from students of Section 4H inside the Nancy B. Jefferson Alternative High School within the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center: --Cortez dedicates a poem to his third grade teacher. It's called, "Carrying the numbers." --Incarcerated youth respond to Derrion Albert's publicized beating death outside Fenger High School in 2009.