Schools find parental engagement hard work with parents from any background. But it doubly can challenge them when parents don’t speak English or are new to America.
Still, it can be done.
In North Texas, The Concilio runs a program known as Parents Advocating Student Excellence. PASE […]Read more
“We are incredibly fortunate to have The Concilio as a partner in our founding year. With The Concilio’s support we are able to provide families with seminars in English and Spanish that give parents explicit strategies for managing their child’s behavior, building self-esteem, promoting reading […]Read more
DALLAS — The Concilio is proud to announce their partnership with National Alliance for
Hispanic Health for their nationwide health initiative, Nuestros Niños: Medicaid and CHIP
for Hispanic Children. The program aims to enroll eligible children […]
By Chris Poteet, Construction Services Manager, Dallas at Freese and Nichols, Inc. (Member of Leadership Dallas 2014)
What’s your passion? Believe it or not, leaders within our community may struggle with this question. Whether you have this passion defined or not, I highly […]Read more