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RELATING TO PARENTS FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE - OUR KIDS!

Author's Written Response:  STILL TAKES A WHOLE VILLAGE  (Commercial Dispatch)
 
In my years of experience working in community action agencies, government funded skill programs, preschool entrepreneur, and long term high school educator; I have found that most parents are very caring about the educational, physical, and emotional needs of their children. The challenge becomes fostering a total environment (not just a class or workshop) of inclusion for parents of multiple economical, educational, cultural status. The academic atmosphere must reflect basic inclusion for parents:  Example:  (1) Most written and verbal communication may need to be modified to a lower grade level simply so the mass of parents will comprehend.  (2) Staff displaying genuine  character (social skills to parents of multiple mental, social, and physical handicaps).   Like students, parents must be recognized, held accountable by individuals /staff whom they admire, RESPECT, and love.  The same is true for the angry student who is upset about issues that has nothing to do with school. Address or solve the problem, then the student is ready to learn. Life is no bed of roses, but operating through a MASK misappropriates the solution. There isn't a quick fix for present day- educational concerns; yet, there remains a certainty, “WE NEED THE PARENTS NOW, and WE NEED TO build healthy relationships with students for the future success of our families and communities.”
 
It’s simple:  People respect sound, honest, consistent, FAIR character.  Discipline and correction must be shared and administered in “sincere love.”  AGAIN, this book was written with all of the above information in mind.  Fact are broken down and shared in a friendly styled voice and written in ‘SIMPLE” easy to relate – language;   Parent enjoy reading :  SCHOOL READINESS for PARENTS & CHILDREN, K-12  and appreciate the information shared.   
 
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Print Copy   ISBN#   978-0-615-54346-8
Ebook ISBN#     978-0-615-60879-2

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