By Lynn Gordon
Fifty two wet Day Activites gains an array of relaxing and resourceful activities. This enjoyable pack is perfect for kids (and their mom and dad) caught inside of on a wet day.
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So, the history of the schools is one in which the parents were not welcome, whether it was said out loud or through a locked door. CAROL: Were these parents who had gone through the Newark Public Schools themselves? CATHY: Yes! Some of them were in fact knowledgeable and could have changed things around. CAROL: Given this history, it was a courageous move on Beverly’s part to set up Parents Academies in every school to bring parents in. CATHY: Telling the principals that they were going to be judged on how they related to the community took nerve.
Many of the local principals and teachers were well educated and had had considerable experience in their jobs and high status in the community. Some had mixed feelings about being placed in a learner role. In the first years of the program, Bank Street staff was primarily White, whereas most of the target schools’ population was not. This situation was counterproductive and had to change. A wide-ranging recruitment effort led to a staff of more varied backgrounds better suited to the diversity of the sites.
ISBN 0-80774324-0 (paper), ISBN 0-8077-4325-9 (cloth). Prior to photocopying items for classroom use, please contact the Copyright Clearance Center, Customer Service, 222 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA, 01923, USA, telephone (508) 750-8400. 13 14 Where We Come From who come from Newark are ambivalent about it. They recollect all those things that made them love the city and, at the same time, hate what the city has become. Growing up in Newark during the 1950s was a very rich experience. There were always events happening.