From the Washington Post, published article examine disciplinary measures taken by school administrators as a response to allegations of teachers’ misconduct and sexual abuse of students. Posing a question that asks whether eliminating ALL staff at schools in which claims of abuses have been made  against teaching staff. Is that the answer to abusive educators, or is there a better way?

Read more: via Is cleaning house the best way for schools to deal with sexual abuse? – The Washington Post.

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An education and counseling professional, I focus my expertise on diversity, inclusion and family engagement/empowerment Of particular importance is the partnerships between parents and the community schools that serve their children. Highlighting strategies, tips and evidence-based best practices for family engagement, my aim is to alter mindsets, broaden perspectives, foster empathy, and build capacity. Offering 'food for thought' and inviting discussion, I tell truths rarely explored-to both educators and families. A holistic culturally-responsive approach to teaching, learning and engaging others begins with respect. I promote respect and fully integrating curricular diversity in formal learning settings! Collaboration with families is necessary, because parents hold the master key that unlocks doors to child health and wellness, academic achievement, and believe it or not, teacher excellence and stronger school communities.

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