While we all know school and family partnerships have big impacts on student achievement, many of us, including educators, don’t know that parental involvement isn’t
Let’s work together to ensure planning includes educators, family leaders, and all our community partners. At the last Joint Select Committee Meeting, the SF Department
Commissioners and staff have been listening to with families, and students and educators with educators to create an improved learning experience for students this fall
Teaching and learning in a time of Coronavirus, an educator perspective — By Karen Zapata The words distance learning and online teaching should not be
It’s important for parents to communicate with teachers about our high expectations for our children’s schooling. Below is my list of expectations for all my child’s teachers.
Professional Development and Community Resources A list of free/low-cost professional development opportunities for schools interested in expanding their capacity in this work. Social Justice Professional
I recently became the proud mother of two middle school students. We all know the transition from elementary to middle school is a big one for kids. I’m realizing this transition is a big one for families too. With that in mind, I’m taking time to write down my experience in the hope that it will help other educators and parents can better partner with one another to ensure our kids success as they embark of the fun, stressful, exciting and crazy ride that is the middle school experience.
Access to quality summer learning shouldn’t depend on a family’s income or a internet access. What we can do to stop the “summer slide” for low-income families.
It turns out that loving your kids is not only important in raising healthy happy kids–it also makes them smarter! Here are ways you can show the LOVE to your kids.
I’m sharing a few tips for new parents on establishing a bedtime routine that gets your kids (and YOU!!!) to sleep!