Better Questions To Ask Your Kid Beyond 'How Was Your Day?':
– Did you help anyone today?
– Did anything surprising happen today?
– Did everything go exactly as planned today?
– Who is your least favorite teacher?
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— Daniel Pink (@DanielPink) March 7, 2023
Engaging Latino Parents: One District’s Success Story is from Ed Week.
Some of the most vocal people on "parents' rights" are conveniently missing in action when it comes to the work of helping our nation's parents & students. Zero of them voted for the American Rescue Plan that provides extra parent & student support today. https://t.co/O7TETphhHe
— Secretary Miguel Cardona (@SecCardona) March 9, 2023
Articulating painful feelings robs the feelings of their power, and learning how to manage them restores kids’ self-control.@LindaFlanagan2https://t.co/amkkEK6JjT
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) March 9, 2023
Federal Parents’ Bill of Rights: Dueling Proposals in Congress Set to Escalate Partisan Showdown Over Schools, Pandemic Response is from The 74.
La Sopa de la Abuela: Special Education Telenovela
Parents are our first influential teachers. As we work to strengthen public education – I’m committed to making sure parents & caregivers play an active role in the quality of education our students receive. https://t.co/5lqBnuo3u9
— Secretary Miguel Cardona (@SecCardona) March 14, 2023
THE LONG-TERM ASSOCIATIONS OF KEEPING CHILDREN BUSY WITH SCREENS is from Inner Drive.
Jodi Picoult (@jodipicoult) on efforts to ban books in school libraries.https://t.co/UDD77IXAlw pic.twitter.com/kttCDAqX8K
— Daniel Pink (@DanielPink) March 17, 2023
"Some parents say the push to give them more rights excludes their biggest concerns: a curriculum that reflects their cultural identities, a diverse teacher workforce, equity in school and student safety."https://t.co/WhUrCS0E1P
— Alexander Russo (@alexanderrusso) March 21, 2023