One non-profit teams up with parents’ employers to perform high-impact family engagement strategies for New Orleans’ most marginalized students.
A panel discussion focuses on ways in which library practitioners can advocate for family engagement opportunities on a policy level.
When states required all high school students, specifically those in schools mostly attended by African-American students, to take at least three math courses, black students were able to qualify for better paying jobs alongside their white counterparts.
“In 43 states and the District of Columbia, black students are arrested at school at disproportionately high levels, an Education Week Research Center analysis finds.”
A new study finds that kids’ reading and vocabulary improved when fathers, who were mostly low-income, participated in a ‘parenting class.’