Advocating For Families Means Loving Them Enough To Hold Them Accountable

“But in my heart of hearts, I know from experience there are situations where it’s true that parents aren’t working their end of the home-school partnership. I think we all know it but none of us dare risk revocation of our Black-card…” Chris Stewart I couldn’t believe he wrote it. The former single-dad who worked low wage jobs to support his son while taking on the two-headed … Continue reading Advocating For Families Means Loving Them Enough To Hold Them Accountable

Nashville Parent Kimberly Robinson Shares Her Story

I have lived in Nashville for the last nine years. I came to Nashville after college and I have worked in education for the past twelve years. I worked in the private sector through college and when I came to Nashville I first worked as a classroom teacher, then transitioned to an office administrator and ended up in school leadership. Eight years ago when I … Continue reading Nashville Parent Kimberly Robinson Shares Her Story