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Summer Success: Resources and Strategies for Parents Recap
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June 14, 2021
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In our recent webinar, Summer Success: Resources and Strategies for Parents, two of our most veteran educators — and parents! — shared ideas about how you can best support your child’s growth this summer.

If you were unable to attend, we’re sharing this recording of the session with you so that you can watch at your own convenience.

For main takeaways, read our blog post summarizing tips and ideas for you.

After an extremely difficult year, many of us are looking for ways to make the most of this summer with our children. Keeping kids engaged, learning, laughing, and growing over the next few months will be essential for setting them up to succeed in the fall. We have compiled two lists which cover exploring, reading, and social-emotional resources. We hope you utilize these to make the most of your summer!

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June 8, 2020
Black Joy Book List
No book could have saved George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, or the countless murdered Black Americans before them. We also know that, among the many injustices that laddered up to a society that tolerates those deaths, is a world where black children get to see themselves only in sad stories — tales of trauma, hardship, adversity and overcoming. We can change this.
No book could have saved George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, or the countless murdered Black Americans before them. We also know that, among the many injustices that laddered up to a society that tolerates those deaths, is a world where black children get to see themselves only in sad stories — tales of trauma, hardship, adversity and overcoming. We can change this.
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June 25, 2021
Here’s to a Simple, Successful Summer
Parents everywhere: this is your standing ovation! If there was ever a time to recognize the work that you do on behalf of your children, it would be now — after a year of unimaginable challenges.
Parents everywhere: this is your standing ovation! If there was ever a time to recognize the work that you do on behalf of your children, it would be now — after a year of unimaginable challenges.