Wednesday, 24 April 2024

Kids & Family

Course Change Needed for Addressing Homelessness in Danbury

"For you and others in our country who stereotype the homeless, know this; many homeless are veterans, poor seniors, or just others down on their luck. AND also the bastardized addicted. I live at the shelter, am an alcoholic who has just completed a program, college educated, well-dressed, seeking work, working with relapse counselors, and at a computer daily applying for work. I'm not sitting around waiting for free housing; if not offered, I will do this by hard work like the rest of America." -Danbury Homeless Facebook page

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Making the Most of Parent-Teacher Conferences

When the COVID pandemic hit in 2020, with schools closing and switching to remote learning, there were families who became more engaged in their children’s learning, as it was right in their living rooms and kitchens. Much good emerged from the new interactions; however, questions arose as to how to help children’s achievement, and families had to learn about new technology and how to navigate a new system.

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