Tag: education

FATHERS INCORPORATED ORGANIZES MILLION FATHERS MARCH TO PROMOTE FATHERHOOD ENGAGEMENT AND LITERACY IN SCHOOLS

On Friday, September 28th; Fathers Incorporated will present the Million Fathers March in schools across the U.S.. The schools are encouraged to engage in activities that support the theme, “Real Dads Read (RDR).”

3 Major Challenges You’ll Face as a Single Parent and What to Do About Them

If you’re facing life as a single parent, there’s a good chance that something tough has put you in that position.

Ignite Your Daughter’s Love of Reading With These Books

To help you slam dunk your choices, keep reading our list. It’ll give you a selection of modern books and classics that will work for your daughter whether she’s in pre-school or high school.

Atlanta Fatherhood Institute (AFI) to Launch Partnership with the University For Parents

The University For Parents is an ideal platform for AFI to deliver its evidence-informed and model-based curricula on responsible fatherhood.

Are Dads Hitting these Educational Checkboxes for their Children?

Fathers are becoming more and more active with the daily life of their children since mothers are just as busy with their careers.

Why Dads Should Invest In Their Child’s Future At An Early Age

Fathers are keenly aware of how our time and attention shape our children. The effect a doting father has on their children stretches far more than just the emotional.

6 Websites to Develop Literacy Skills for Young Children

Children love to hear classic fairytales over and over again. Even as an adult, it is something that we really don’t outgrow.

African Americans live shorter lives due to heart disease and stroke

American Heart Association Scientific Statement October 23, 2017 Categories: Heart News, Stroke News, Scientific Statements/Guidelines Statement Highlights: African Americans carry a higher burden of cardiovascular diseases compared with white Americans. Risk […]

The whiteness of children’s books

Imaginary black children remain almost as marginalised as real ones, at least in mainstream publishing. In literature, as in life, the belief that children are valuable, vulnerable and in need of protection has mostly been denied to black children in the United States.