Taking learning beyond the classroom …
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Specifically, some recommendations address the lack of parent and community voice at the table when it comes to making decisions about our children’s schools.
We decided to adopt the Parent-Teacher Home Visit Model from Sacramento, California due to its evidence based results.
Project Graduation helps to instill college-going expectations in students by offering student advising, parent coaching, targeted workshops and training, and opportunities for campus tours and college experiences.
On a child’s big race day, when their stomachs are full of butterflies and they are anxious and need reassurance, this adult is the cheering face in the crowd that puts them at ease.
Together we can all play a role in ensuring our children live in communities where all young people, regardless of the color of their skin, can walk or skip or jump down the street and not be at risk.
“Start shopping as soon as possible to catch sales and find bargains…”
One of the most powerful impacts an adult can make in a child’s life is in reading to them and in teaching them to read.
Bring a friend or family member to join DPN and be entered into a back to school shopping spree raffle.
Many families don’t realize that they can choose educational options for their children that begin before they’re even toddlers.
All plans are not identical, so do your research.