English Fluency Among Parents: Why It Matters for Student Success is from Ed Week.
Parent engagement, bilingual education and immigrant friendly schools are crucial to student success in LA, where 60% of children have at least one immigrant parent, new report finds is from LA School Report.
— Nell K. Duke (@nellkduke) January 25, 2020
Poor parents have been sent to prison for using a relative's address to access a different school district. This piece profiles wealthy parents using address fraud and opportunity hoarding (rental apartment) to access an elite Houston public arts magnet, with few consequences… https://t.co/WQ6cuNJss7
— Mira Debs (@mira_debs) January 21, 2020
— FutureEd (@FutureEdGU) January 20, 2020
Panicking About Your Kids’ Phones? New Research Says Don’t https://t.co/keOwdzAOsU
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) January 19, 2020
Gearing up to launch a new family engagement pilot initiative at @UICLiteracy called the Read, Make, & Play Bag project, supporting family literacy, play, and co-learning. Here are some of the books that will be in the bags. pic.twitter.com/G37Dli9SlC
— Kira J. Baker-Doyle (@KJBD) January 15, 2020
My kid's school (62% poverty rate) raised $10,213 last year. One of her friends goes to a "public" school where a single parent donated $200,000 to the PTA. These are semi-private schools; there is no other word for them. https://t.co/DG5Csxbghu
— Jessica Winter (@winterjessica) January 13, 2020