Teach & Talk: An Educational Program for Parents

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How Can I Help My Child Succeed In School and Want to Read?  Introducing Teach & Talk: An Educational Program for Parents.  Presented by The Center for Literacy Enrichment at Pace University’s School of Education.  What:   The Center for Literacy Enrichment at Pace University’s School of Education will begin Teach & Talk – a series of educational programs for parents to teach them what they can do to help their children succeed academically, address their individual concerns, and better understand the principals behind the new way of teaching and learning. The first lecture and discussion will focus on literacy and how to inspire your child to want to read. The program is free. Please reserve your space by calling (914) 422-4135 or registering online HERE.  Why:   Parents want to help their children learn, but do not know how. With the introduction of the Common Core, many parents and caregivers are feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and helpless. Parents struggle to help their children with homework, and have more questions than answers.  When:  Tuesday, April 7, 2015 from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm.  Where: The Center for Literacy Enrichment, Pace University Law School Campus, Education House, 78 North Broadway, White Plains, NY.  Who:  Dr. St. John Delany, Founder and Director of the Center for Literacy Enrichment, and former Associate Professor at Pace University will lead the discussion. She founded the Center 43 years ago. She received her master’s degree in teaching and psychology from Columbia University, and her Ph.D. in language and literacy from Fordham University.  www.thecenterforliteracy.com  Contact:  Jennifer Galluzzo or Dr. St. John Delany, (914) 422-4135 or (845) 663-3566, Jgalluzzo_tmp@pace.edu, mdelany@pace.edu.