How You Can Ensure That Your Child Isn’t Treated Like A Number at School

Nobody wants to be just another face in the crowd. We all wish to be acknowledged, considered and seen as a unique individual among the other faces. So, how do parents ensure that their child isn’t regarded as just another face in the crowded classroom? When we are treated as a number, not a person, […]

Culture Isn’t Just a Consumer Issue

Cultural competence is an approach to delivering services, such as instructional services, that assumes the services are more effective when they are provided within the most relevant and meaningful cultural, gender-sensitive[as opposed to gender-specific] and age- appropriate context for the target audience. In order to so do most effectively, it is important to define and […]

School Funding: Where is the Money Going?

  In typical k-12 public school settings, the current national average student enrollment is around 503 in 2018-19 school year. That’s at least 500 parents and caregivers and that is a big number. School reform, turnaround and improvement is the objective for practically every urban and rural public school in the U.S. Particularly important in […]

These Are The Questions Families Should Ask About School Safety

  From ChildTrends, there are some extremely poignant and specific questions that families should consider asking at their child’s school. School safety and emergency preparedness is the central topic of concern. In light of recent school shooting incidents and resulting tragedies, parents want to be reassured that their children are safe in school environments. Likewise, […]