Two 12-year-old boys were hit by a drunk driver while walking to school. Here’s what we can do to make our streets safer for families and kids.
Hosting a Black Family Breakfast is a great way for Black families to get to get involved in making your school a better place for all students.
Download this helpful checklist of tasks and materials to help organize and plan for any parent meeting you may have at your site.
10 questions to for Black families to ensure our culture is valued and visible in all our schools.
Mark your calendars for the First AAPAC meeting of 2015 – 2016 on Thursday, August 20th from 5:30PM – 8:00PM! This is only ONE WEEK AWAY!!!
We all know Back-to-School Sale season is a great time to get extra supplies at great discounts. But did you know it’s also a time families can help out our schools? While you’re out shopping to get supplies, why not consider getting resources that will make a big difference for teachers this fall?
Have you ever encountered a problem with someone that kept you up at night? Turns out, parenting experience can teach us a lot about how to create positive change in our schools.
My girls and I got to school today and my heart was FILLED with LOVE! In the main office was one of my girls’ classmates, a 3rd grade boy, on his own initiative, writing a thank you card for a teacher at our school!
This past fall, I learned that my girls’ first experience with our school’s instrumental music program was less than desirable. I only found this out after
Reports like those on the a new GradeEdge website often make very good schools look “low-performing” simply because they serve low income students. This is not only unfair, it’s irresponsible because it often leads anxious parents to have incorrect negative assumptions about some very good schools.