Bucking the Trend

In a recent editorial in The Wall Street Journal, Tunku Varadarajan writes, “Today… camp is designed as a break for children from parents. As the latter tribe grows more insufferably aspirational with every generation, kids are getting pummeled by parental ambition. They’re overscheduled, over-tended and, frankly, over-parented. Camp, at least for a few weeks, helps them escape from it all.” Amen? Camps, particularly more traditional ones with programmatic variety, are biased about the value of the experience they offer in …


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