Month: June 2018

Windows and Mirrors:  Why Representation Matters

Last month, Stacey Abrams made history.  Not just local GA history, but national history.  The whole country was talking about the first black woman to become a major party candidate for governor (…in the year 2018…in the entire United States.  While that is indeed progress and a milestone, it is still rather shocking that it …

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Parents as Co-Creators: Part I

When the idea of parent engagement came up for the blog, I knew exactly who to turn to: Meet Katherine.  🙂 A dear friend and former colleague, Katherine has been called names ranging from “the parent whisperer” by staff who admired her uncanny skills, to “my unicorn” by one self-admittedly tough parent with whom Katherine established …

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