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Small Charter School wants to teach low income parents to help thier children succeed. Ideas include 'How to have a Family Night', 'Ways to Help Your Child with Homework', 'Effective Ways to Keep Bedtime'. Need ideas for where to go for grants because we can't afford to meet this desperate need. Low income parents in Title One schools are showing us that although they want their kids to succeed, they often don't know how to be effective parents.




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Small Charter School wants to teach low income parents to help thier children succeed. Ideas include "How to have a Family Night", "Ways to Help Your Child with Homework", "Effective Ways to Keep Bedtime". Need ideas for where to go for grants because we can't afford to meet this desperate need. Low income parents in Title One schools are showing us that although they want their kids to succeed, they often don't know how to be effective parents.


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Lisa @ School Family writes:
Good for you for trying to jump start a parent education program. Here is a link to grant information: http://www.parenting-resources.com/parenting-education-grants.htm
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