By Hugh B. Price
"Inspiring tales, useful suggestions and professional advice." —Ebony
"Inspiring tales and useful guidance urge mom and dad and caregivers to free up their children's potential." —Library Journal
"A much-needed source that would permit mom and dad to develop into companions of their children's educational good fortune. learn it and inform others to learn it." —Marian Wright Edelman, Founder, Children's safety Fund
There's a predicament in our study rooms. at school districts around the kingdom, little ones of colour earn sub-par attempt ratings, and are usually relegated to much less hard periods. Low fulfillment will doom our kids to a destiny a long way underneath their capabilities—unless we deal with it. during this up to date variation of Achievement Matters, Hugh B. rate, the previous President of the nationwide city League, indicates you the way to aid your baby be triumphant, and make America's public faculties accountable.
A important source for fogeys and caregivers, listed below are useful counsel for bettering children's literacy and success degrees whereas instilling a lifelong enthusiasm for schooling. rate explains find out how to be sure your baby isn't lacking out on crucial classes, recommends confirmed thoughts for slicing via forms to create an atmosphere conducive to studying, and stocks insightful own stories.
From utilizing the newest know-how to supplying after-school and summer season courses to offer our adolescence course and retain them clear of medications and violence, this publication bargains genuine instruments for creating a robust, confident influence and guiding your baby to the brightest attainable future.
"A noteworthy attempt to enhance parental involvement, scholar motivation, and institutional accountability." —Kweisi Mfume, former President and CEO, NAACP
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Adolescents who say they have good relationships with their mothers, and who believe that their mother would approve of their using birth control are more likely to use birth control (Dittus and Jaccard 2000). 3 17 Parental Attitudes About Sex Parents are the role models for their children’s attitudes toward sex and sexual behavior, and influence their sexual debut, activity, and condom use. Frequent parent–child discussions about parent attitudes about sex and health topics are associated with more responsible sexual behaviors of the children (DiIorio et al.
2007a, b). Five hundred families with 324 children were randomly assigned to receive the CHAMP Family Program with 73% of the families completing the entire program. The high rate of participation was attributed to the intensive outreach strategies designed and implemented by the community collaborators. Sixty percent of the youth in the intervention families reported using condoms “every time” and 72% reported using condoms at last intercourse (Tolou-Shams et al. 2007). The youth also reported less aggressive and disruptive behaviors (Bannon and McKay 2007).
Positive family factors protect against sexual risk behaviors (Leland and Barth 1993). Perceived parental warmth and support predict less adolescent risk-taking (Donenberg et al. 2003). 4% of adolescents as initiating sexual activity under or over 14 years of age. Conversely, family conflict and early pubertal maturation are associated with earlier sexual debut (Paikoff 1995), and level of mother’s coercive behavior and “love withdrawal” predict earlier age of first intercourse for women (Miller et al.
Achievement Matters: Getting Your Child The Best Education Possible by Hugh B. Price