By: Macy Jenks I joined the animal advocacy club at Cleveland High School in the beginning of the 2015 school year. Just one month earlier, I had become vegetarian after learning about the atrocities that take place on factory farms. I was eager to discuss my newfound knowledge with a


By Chris Parrucci As people all around the country are deciding who they want to be the next President of the United States, some HEART students are getting politically involved a little closer to home. Thanks to support from NYC Council Member Daniel Dromm, once again, a group of dedicated

By Liz Walch Humane education and classroom engagement go hand in hand. First, bringing humane education into the classroom increases student engagement and empowerment. Second, strengthening student engagement during humane education lessons increases the students’ interest, knowledge, creativity, and caring for the topics at hand. Here are three recommendations to