The Great Educator

Do you know that many people continue to work long after they no longer financially need to do so? That even some people who by birth or by circumstance never “had” to be employed still seek out interesting and meaningful work? Work can be a fulfilling aspect of our lives, and for most of us it is essential to our survival as well.
Life and Family

Don’t Waste Time – Work!

Do you know that many people continue to work long after they no longer financially need to do so? That even some people who by birth or by circumstance never “had” to be employed still seek out interesting and meaningful work?

Cell Phone Usage in School

There is a rapid increase in the cell phones usage among twelve to seventeen years old students in the United States. Nearly 90 percent of US teenagers own a cell phone.

Students and Grades In COVID-19 Pandemic

The implicit biases of educators can affect their assessment of their students. Implicit biases may cause teachers to unfairly assess students for factors such as economic background, race, ethnicity, gender, or physical attractiveness.

Final Steps in Family Engagement

We identified four core beliefs necessary to cultivate partnerships between parents and educators. Parents have information that we don’t have, that’s helpful to our work. Information about their children, information about their communities.

Impact of Family Engagement on Schools and Districts

This section will discuss the impact of family engagement on schools and districts. We will explore how the different groups have overcome the challenges of building a strong relationship with schools, families, and local communities and bringing about transformational change.

Impact of Family Engagement on Parents & Educators

This section will discuss impact of family engagement on parents and educators and its positive effects. We will explore different researches how the partnership between families and educator yield positive results.

Effective Practice in Family Engagement

This section will discuss the Effective Practice in Family Engagement by analyzing two Versions of the Dual Capacity-Building Framework for Family-School Partnerships and the support it provides to both educators and families to help students.

Impact of Family Engagement on Middle & High School

This section will discuss the impact of family engagement research and practice on the middle and high school years. We will explore current work and past studies in family engagement with adolescents and teenagers to understand why family engagement is important at these stages of education.

Family Engagement in Education

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Affordable Housing In United States

In the United States, affordable housing refers to housing deemed financially accessible to households that earn below the median household income, as measured by the US Census Bureau.