Black History is everyone’s history. This fact weighs on my heart as we close Black History Month. Although mainly, Black Americans scurry around like fire ants to build a mound of historical facts for the public and children to learn in a (short) month, our best endeavors will never be enough to encompass all theContinue reading “SKILL AND EDUCATION”
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CARE FOR THE “EDUCATED” CAREGIVER
Please review the link for the full report, overflowing with information to assist caregivers within school systems. We know personally that this separation from normalcy is affecting many of our most valuable professionals — those who care for our children’s academic success.