When my kids started school decades ago, I found September to be more of a milestone for me than their birthdays. Because my educational experience was less than ideal, I was apprehensive about whether I was going to be able to hold up my end of the educational deal between teacher and parent.
Parents and Teachers: We’ve got to stick together! Nobody knows more about the heart work and hard work of raising children and what they need,
Yes, go find one, right now. It can be your kids teacher, your former teacher, a relative, friend or neighbor who’s a teacher. Track them
This Easter, let’s pretend!
For the sake of our children, let’s pretend. Lets allow ourselves to pretend there is no Coronavirus. We can do this for our children as well as for our own sanity. If you haven’t gone to the land of pretend in a while, I beg you to give it a try.
Let families weigh in on school closures! For the sake of public health, let families weigh in on school closures! If ever there was a
With the onset of the Covid-19 virus, education, public health and families have a unique opportunity to partner and rally around for the enhanced health and
When parents ask for advice on raising their children, I always tell them “The best way to love your child is to love yourself.” This
Whether Josh Jaime and his 17-year-old son, Solomon, are in the car, jogging around Kensington Metropark or powering through strawberry waffles at IHOP, they always