OPINION: How to make the most out of your Zoom parent teacher conference is from The Hechinger Report.
"Unfortunately, the working assumption of most parent training programs seems to be that the Black parents lack the expertise to contribute to conversations about parenting Black children." @pperiod @villageofwisdom @childtrends https://t.co/BpDuiWayMw
— Maria-Alicia Serrano (@RsrchSerrano) May 28, 2021
Great story. Fascinating topic. https://t.co/qbVDFSPqcd
— Alexander (@alexanderrusso) May 27, 2021
NEW RESOURCE: #Algebra Tips for #Parents and Caregivers! @WhatWorksED has a new guide for parents and caregivers to use when helping middle and high school students learn algebra at home. Download now: https://t.co/4Mh2pcXU3x #MathTips #familyengagement pic.twitter.com/wGUjErcy8j
— ASKNCELA1 (@ASKNCELA1) May 27, 2021
Honored to be interviewed for the @The74 by the great @small_asher. I always enjoy the opportunity to talk about the need for more public deliberation and parent and student engagement, but it was great to put it in the context of the quest for reopening schools. Check it out: https://t.co/ziqBQM1HpL
— . ℂ (@ProfJonCollins) May 20, 2021
Learning to read begins at home through everyday parent–child interactions, long before children attend school. Parents' continuing support of literacy development throughout elementary school positively affects their child's reading ability.
— U.S. Department of Education (@usedgov) May 10, 2021