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By Carter Godwin Woodson

Provocative paintings by means of distinct African-American pupil lines the migration north and westward of southern blacks, from the colonial period throughout the early twentieth century. Documented with info from modern newspapers, own letters, and educational journals, this discerning research vividly recounts a long time of harassment and humiliation, desire and success.

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With these qualities in evidence, parents will be able to trust in your dependability and discretion (Blue-Banning et al. 2004) – that is, believe that you can be relied upon (Adams & Christenson 2000). Respect Respect means honouring both parents and your students as individual human beings who are imbued with dignity (Kasahara & Turnbull 2005). Prizing individuals is more than being polite, but reflects a connection to their humanity (Townsend-Cross 2004). As an extension of this, parents want you not only to see their children as active in their learning, but also to demonstrate care for them and to promote respectful acceptance of them by others (Kasahara & Turnbull 2005).

Two key measures are to convey your respect for their role as leaders in their family and to give them relevant information that will enable them to have control over decisions about their child’s education. Provide information In order for parents to translate their high educational aspirations into behaviours that support their children’s learning both indirectly at home and directly at school (as relevant), they need high-quality information (Coots 1998; Halle et al. 1997; Hill & Taylor 2004).

Single parenthood need not produce poor outcomes in children, however, with some studies finding no deleterious effects on young children’s academic skills (Downer & Pianta 2006) and others finding only marginal reductions in the duration of their schooling (Sandefur & Wells 1999). Single parenthood does not diminish parents’ interest in their children’s schooling and indirect support at home, although it can limit their presence at school (Kohl et al. 2000). indd 30 15/1/08 11:47:36 AM Honouring diversity 31 with their parent (Golombok et al.

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