Fathers Program

Fathers at the Educational Table

Building an active network of informed fathers that have the skills and knowledge to successfully navigate the general education and special education systems, advocate for the educational rights of their students, participate in systemic advocacy, and support other fathers.

Achieving Equity for Teachers

Some teachers excercise the only option they think is available to them when there are struggling learners in their class; referring students to special education programs. Teachers sometimes unwittingly add to disproportionality in special education.

What every Educator Needs to know About Special Education Disability Awareness and Learning Making Inclusion Work

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Fathers, the forgotten experts.

When fathers are involved in the lives of their children, especially their education, children learn more, perform better in school, and exhibit healthier behavior. Even if you do not share a home with your kids, your active involvement in your child’s education can have a lasting and positive impact. National Fatherhood Clearinghouse

Fathers understand your child's learning style

There are many factors that affect how an individual learns best; environmental, cognitive and emotional. Students learning style(s) has a significant impact on their behavior and learning. How does your child learn best?