Mentoring becomes as much about parents as it is about kids is an article on NBC’s website about a very impressive “mentoring program” sponsored by the Logan Square Neighborhood Association in Chicago.
Here’s a very short excerpt from the lengthy article:
The year-long program places parents into a classroom in their child’s school for two hours every day. They work with individual students or small groups, helping teachers give more one-on-one attention to children. They also earn a stipend of $500-$600 per semester for their time.
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