Tag Archives: Parent Involvement

Parents in Schools: A Radically Simple Solution to Cultural Competency

– Andrew Ryan, ’12 Parents care about their children’s education. It is a simple concept. But Parents rarely fill much more than an advisory role in the American public education system. Why is a parent’s role as an educator so detached from the actual structure of education in America? That is a question that drives […]

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A Head Start for Latino Children in Washington State

This project focuses on early childhood education for the Latino community in Washington State. The research looks to answer the question: How could more eligible Latino children become enrolled in Head Start and how could Head Start provide the most effective preschool experience for Latino children? I specifically looked at the role of parent involvement […]

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