SUNDAY EDITION

Impact of Immigrant Students on Peers, Helping Youth Grow Into Future Leaders, and the End of the Manti Pageant

Jun 16, 2019, 9:00 AM

SUNDAY EDITION – A new study shows the impact of immigrant students on their peers in the classroom.

Plus–we discuss some ways parents and leaders can be helping the youth they work with grow into future leaders–from the woman who quite literally wrote the book.

And 53 years later, what the Manti Pageant means for people this year.

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