A2: In 21 years of teaching I have *never* met a parent who didn't care about their kids' education. Being silent in the midst of deficit thinking dishonors those students and families targeted, but also all of us. I have spoken up in meetings, and in private. #elemmathchat https://t.co/e5eqMt7K1D
— Marian Dingle (@DingleTeach) November 8, 2019
How do we move from thinking about what parents/families NEED to how parents/families LEAD their children's #education? Check out our article in #LiteracyToday, @ILAToday online magazine: https://t.co/kwVL8ydKi1 @see_tel #LeadLearnELPA @MizzouEducation pic.twitter.com/rDMcjf37ZN
— Lisa Dorner (@lisamdorner) November 7, 2019
— Alexander (@alexanderrusso) November 7, 2019
Very interesting article on how PTAs contribute to inequities across schoolshttps://t.co/cb3gp4s1j7
— Gwen Fishel (@gwenfishel) November 6, 2019
Parent-Teacher Conference Season https://t.co/mBJzskl0OA
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) October 31, 2019
The Parent’s Guide to Filling Out the FAFSA® Form https://t.co/HnU9xWnMy4
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) October 19, 2019
Parental involvement, reading, extracurriculars, homework help. All are great but parents who model honesty, integrity & hard work are laying a firm educational foundation. You don’t need riches, education or English proficiency to provide that. #ellchat #edchat
— Anabel Gonzalez 🍎 (@amgonza) October 18, 2019
🔘My mother never read a book out loud to me.
🔘She missed several parent-tcher conferences.
🔘Field trip slips were rarely signed.
However, I CAN describe her backbreaking jobs here in the US & her efforts to put bread on the table.
— Emily Fɾαɳƈιʂ 💫 (@emilyfranESL) October 18, 2019