Students at the International Community School talk to their new president.
Bill Clinton’s 8-year-old Burmese neighbor talks about her life and school.
Bill and friends in his 3rd grade math class collaborate to make a table.
Veteran teacher Ann Griffith talks about what keeps her in the profession for the long haul.
Sister Patty Caraher has been fighting for civil rights for more than 40 years.
Parties, antlers, and a traditional English pantomime send ICS kids off for winter break.
Assistant principal Tahisha Edwards tells ICS 5th and 6th graders why she became an educator.
Bill talks about growing up in a refugee camp and the challenges of his new life in Georgia.
Kids, teachers, and parents dress up for the school’s biggest celebration.
School founders recall the chance encounters that began their charter school.
Bill’s younger brother introduces himself, his mom, and his favorite things.
After a year and a half in America, Bill’s mom is job-hunting and his sister remains in Tanzania.