Parents, you are the most important teachers in your children’s lives. Remember your child’s first few years? You helped your child learn to stand and walk, to say words and eventually sentences. Once your child enters school, you are still critical to your child’s education. These 10 Ideas for Engaging Parents in a Child’s Education are meant to inspire and encourage you on this lifelong challenge.
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It’s the first day of summer and that means… Summer Vacation! Students yearn for it, and yet so often they drift, slip backwards in their educational competencies in something researchers call the “summer slide.” That’s why CoolSpeak is reforming summer programs for high school students.
CoolSpeak celebrates National Teacher Appreciation Week with a list of “How to ThankATeacher” suggestions. Check out what our CoolSpeak Speakers have to say.
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(KUTV) The Multicultural Youth Summit drew 1,500 students from all over Utah to the Salt Palace Convention Center on Wednesday. “What I saw were exciting moments of learning, participating, engaging,” said Dr. Jackie Thompson, Director of Educational Equity at the Davis School District. There were students of all races and ethnic backgrounds at the event, […]
Carlos Ojeda Jr. told more than 500 students packed into a Lanier High School auditorium Wednesday that he had grown up in a Puerto Rican neighborhood in New Jersey where everyone “looked like me, dressed like me, talked like me, ate the same foods and danced to the same music as me.” The motivational speaker […]
Press Release – McDonald’s® Helps Inspire Educational Excellence Among Latino Youth Through a partnership with CoolSpeak, the USHLI Student Leadership Summit presented by McDonald’s is designed to ignite a college-going culture among Latino students. Read the press release