Earlier this month, we asked readers to share their examples of parents and teachers working together in the Puget Sound region. The request was tied to our Dec. 8 story about a renowned parent mentor program in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood. We tried something a little different with this Question of the Week, using the More
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Did you miss our live chat on family engagement and the Logan Square parent mentor program? Scroll through below to see a recap. Our participants: Joanna Brown, lead education organizer for the Logan Square Neighborhood Association Monica Espinoza, former parent mentor and current mentor coordinator at Burbank Elementary in Chicago Pachomius Schmidt, Federal Way teacher Linda Shaw, Seattle Times…More
On their first day of training, one mother after another paused in the classroom doorway, unsure where to sit or whether signing up for this highly regarded parent program was a good idea after all. Trainer Monica Soto-Espinoza had anticipated their doubts. Six years ago, she was just like many of them — a mother with limited…More
Go here to listen as two current volunteers join Avondale-Logandale Principal Evelyn Roman and former mentor Tami Love discuss how they first became involved in the Logan Square program and what they’ve gotten out of the experience.More
A community group in northwest Chicago has turned hundreds of hesitant parents into capable classroom helpers, role models and leaders by tapping into strengths many don’t realize they have. Check out the video below to see the Logan Square parent mentor program in action. On Sunday, pick up a copy of The Seattle Times or More