Pam Darnall, CEO of Family & Children's Place says providing support for positive parent-child interaction and connecting families to a broader network of support resources are all essential to a child's success.
March 2014 Archives
Lindsey Childers, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow from Christian County, Kentucky talks about funding as it relates to improved student learning.
Lea Ann Atherton, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow who teaches writing at Lone Oak Middle School in Paducah's McCracken County says funding matters.
Tabetha Cooksey, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow and a Middle School Science teacher at Cumberland County Middle School discusses the need to adequately fund technology in our schools.
Natalie McCutchen, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow who teaches 7th grade Math discusses the need for adequate funding to make math fun.
Ellen Sherratt, a Research and Policy Associate at American Institutes for Research discusses trends to elevate the teaching profession.
Christine Holajter, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow and music teacher talks about the realities of budget cuts.
Erin Brummett, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow discusses the need for adequate funding so teachers can help struggling students.
Kim Delaney, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow discusses the need to invest in education for our future.
Michelle Rynbrandt-Hendricks, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow talks about some of the realities of teaching without adequate funding.
Kip Hottman a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow and Spanish teacher at Oldham County High School talks about the impact on retaining teachers with inadequate funding.
Sarah Yost, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow says improving students' school experience can keep them in school, succeeding and contributing..
Joseph Harris, a 2013-14 Hope Street Group Fellow, discusses the need for funding for enhanced learning experiences.
Hope Street Group Fellow Jennie Watkins discusses the need to provide adequate funding without bake sales, car washes, and garage sales or selling candies, fruit, cookie dough, and magazines.
Hope Street Fellow Jana Bryant discusses the need to invest in the power of education.