Talk featuring author Dr. Jean Twenge to be held at Bellevue Christian School on Feb. 5

  • Friday, February 2, 2018 3:30pm
  • Life

On Feb. 5 at Bellevue Christian School, psychologist Dr. Jean Twenge will address how educators, parents and those working with youth can better understandthe “young generation” (iGen), which is made up of people born after 1995.

Twenge aims to bridge the generational gap and recently wrote a book intending to help audiences understand the cultural differences of today’s teensthrough the recent data, research and analysis.

While this event does not have a ticket fee, seats are limited. Those interested in attending the talk can register at

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