Our most recent publication, Walking Together, explores what’s possible when schools, families, and communities become true partners. Here we’re featuring A Parent’s Bill of Rights, outlining what parents are entitled to expect from schools and districts, as well as a downloadable list of questions to ask of your child’s educators. As parents, we want what’s best for our children, both inside and outside of school. We… Read more →
TNTP Editorial staff
The editorial staff creates a variety of pieces for the TNTP blog, which shares ideas, research and opinion about how to support great teaching and create vibrant classrooms.
For students with special needs, social skills are as important as math and reading
Inspired by her ongoing journey to get her son the education she wanted for him, Lia Martin became an advocate for parents of kids with disabilities. Kim McCann Fultz moved from Brooklyn to a small town in rural Ohio in hopes that the new setting would be beneficial to her son Micah’s learning and social life, and to be closer to family.… Read more →