Two hours after the school day ended, three parents sat in the nearly empty cafeteria at Norton Park Elementary School in a suburb north of Atlanta.
They looked toward a screen several sentences were projected … Read the rest
Editor’s note: We are honored to have the commentary of Rev. Dr. W. Wilson Goode, Sr. which also appears in the publication “The Least of These: Amachi and the Children of Prisoners.
In a … Read the rest
The findings suggest that young people from poor nations—including some who experience trauma such as sexual or domestic … Read the rest
By Princess Ojiaku | October 23, 2015
Growing up in poverty can hinder childhood achievement and affect life trajectory. Researchers in fields, such as economics and social sciences, have extensively documented these differences, but can neuroscientists develop … Read the rest
At the start of the current school year, I was struck by the number of superintendents, principals, and other educational leaders across the country who called on parents to get more involved in … Read the rest