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Synopsis: Not All Teachers Are Parents, But All Parents Are Teachers! could be used successfully in interactive parent programs. It could also be used as a simple guide for supporting parents as they mentor their children to strengthen the home-to-school connection. It provides a plan of action for parents and educators to support the process of closing the achievement gap. Mr. Buford's book and his vision of hope for the academic, social, and emotional success of African-American children are truly inspiring. It is time to put forth a plan of action. However, a plan of action must be more than just a written plan. It must be developed, acted upon, and brought to completion. Therefore, let the work begin.
About the Author: Stanley G. Buford was born in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Buford studied at Illinois State University and holds master's degrees from National-Louis University in Management/Human Resource Development and De Paul University in Curriculum Development. He has appeared as a guest on the television show, Straight Talk, in a frank discussion concerning pit-falls and drawbacks to climbing the corporate and educational ladders. He has been quoted in news articles, while lecturing at schools such as Northwestern, De Paul and the University of Illinois, on a variety of contemporary issues. Stan has served as the Program Director in the School Partnerships Program, a school improvement project at De Paul University. He serves as an adjunct faculty member at Concordia University. He is also a recipient of the National Leadership Award in Business. Stan is a member of the Monument of Faith Church, where he serves as a teacher in the Children's Church.
Title: Not All Teachers Are Parents, But All ...
Publisher: Airleaf Publishing
Publication Date: 2006
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Airleaf Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG160002016X