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  • Juan Carrillo

    Great piece. I absolutely agree on helping create outlets for parents to contribute to their child's education. Parents are a key factor in the multi-facet realm of education. It is also important to keep in mind the cultural and structural barriers that impede many parents from even acknowledging their role in education system, let alone their power. This is the case for many Latino parents who fall within the experience of "failing schools." Fortunately, there are organizations like Parent Revolution who are empowering parents and paving the way for new forms of educational practices.