The South Bend Tribune in Indiana published an article today titled Professor feted for parenting program. It’s about an award Stuart Greene, a Notre Dame professor, is getting to recognize the work he’s done with an organization called No Parent Left Behind.
It’s not clear to me from the article exactly what the group does, but it mentions a book Greene is editing that’s coming out called “Connecting Home and School: Complexities, Concerns, and Considerations in Fostering Parent Involvement and Family Literacy,” — which sounds interesting — and I do like this quote:
“The typical observation about low-income parents is that they just don’t get involved in their children’s learning,” Greene said. “What we’re finding is that they’re actually doing a lot — it’s just not as visible as it could or should be. Our work is helping these parents tell their own stories, opening the way for them to make teachers and administrators aware of their strengths — and their needs.”
Let me know if you have more information on the group.
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