Having kids is hard. Rewarding, but hard. And there are millions of parents who have children with reading difficulties, which in turn makes parenting even more challenging.
In our parents’ and grandparents’ day, teachers taught and parents parented, and aside from the odd parent-teacher meeting, never the twain would meet, like ships passing in the night. Today, parents and teachers are encouraged to be collaborators, but for busy teachers and working parents, it can be difficult to articulate the how’s of achieving mutually beneficial harmony. Here’s a few simple ways:
How Quality Education Impacts our Children’s Futures by Kristen Castillo
Education is particularly critical for today’s students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields, as the number of jobs with an emphasis in STEM is expected to grow significantly over the next 10 years, according to the National Science and Math Initiative.