This book is an up-close-and-personal, principal-to-principal discussion of parent involvement in an urban elementary school that serves a diverse student population, including students from Asian and Latino cultures. The author emphasizes learning about the cultures of the students in the school, building personal relationships with them and their parents, welcoming diverse opinions, and telling the truth.Bruce Davis. expected the parents would speak Spanish. I had a ... Each day, when we dismiss school, I stand in front of the school and say goodbye to the students. I shake hands with ... Many of these parents had received ribbon award calls, and they should have been responding to me in a more positive way. This wasna#39;tanbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Involve Parents in a Multicultural School|
|Publisher||:||ASCD - 1995|