“With Changing Perspectives, which is funded primarily through grants and smaller financial contributions from participating schools, timing is important: It’s “proactive, or preventative,” meaning it teaches kids to be empathetic before social isolation or bullying becomes a problem. The program gives kids time, and a safe space, to learn and talk openly about differences that are visible, like visual impairment and physical disabilities, and invisible ones, like learning disabilities and social-emotional challenges.” Read the full article about Changing Perspectives from Kids VT News.