Tag: parents

Advice for Helping Children with Speech and Language Disorders

As the new school year nears, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is offering advice for parents of the more than 1 million U.S. children who receive school-based treatment for speech and language disorders to help their children perform and adjust to new virtual and modified in-person learning environments. Virtual Settings Below are some specific challenges that children with speech and language...

Free Workshops for Bilingual Parents in California

In February, Californians Together will be hosting two free workshops for Spanish-speaking parents, community members, and parent organizers of English learners. The workshops are part of a campaign, Alas y Voz, which aims to support parents in choosing biliteracy programs for their children. In the workshop, participants will: discuss the benefits of bilingualism and biliteracylearn more about their rights to...

Bringing Parents In

Veteran second-grade teacher Nadya Abu-Rish explains how every educator can foster a learning environment centered on open and honest communication If every educator had to describe their career in one word, I bet we all would agree the best term to use is “busy.” From assignments to events to conferences, there are so many parts that come together to ensure that every...
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