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Respecting the Culture of a Family
September 12, 2017
Do something. Either lead, follow, or get out of the way.
-Ted Turner
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"Teachers have a responsibility to know something about the community or neighborhood surrounding the program they are involved in," asserts John Nimmo in Inspiring Practices for Partnering with Families Turn-Key video.

"Sometimes if you have done the work of almost mapping out your community, that can bring in another level of connection with diversity in terms of relationships that you can then connect to families with."

"It is not learning what one adult believes is the right model for a lifestyle but what our society has to embrace as being best and making sure there is a place for all children whatever their backgrounds, whatever their family structure, and whatever the community life they are coming from," shares Elanna Yalow in the same video.





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