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Lmt don't blame the parents1
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Lmt don't blame the parents1
Lmt don't blame the parents1
Lmt don't blame the parents1
Lmt don't blame the parents1
Lmt don't blame the parents1
Lmt don't blame the parents1
Lmt don't blame the parents1
Lmt don't blame the parents1
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  1. “ Don’t Blame The Parents” Macheo Payne & Afriye Quamina Lincoln Child Center 2010 Lincoln Monthly Training
  2. Recap- 1 st Training: “Working with Black Boys” Summary- It’s about working with Adults 2 nd Training: “Putting Racism Aside” Summary- Racism exist, so face it & fight it 3 rd Training: “Don’t Blame The Parents” Summary- ??? Lincoln Monthly Training
  3. Alignment of Focus Federal, District focus on Community & Family: “Community Schools” County & Social Service goal of family preservation & connection Conclusion: Parents are critical partners Critical question: Are you invested in working w/parents? Lincoln Monthly Training
  4. What is Blame? “ Blaming is the opposite of taking responsibility.” In this work, blaming inherently implies guilt on the part of the accuser. Lincoln Monthly Training
  5. What’s The Problem? What do we blame them for? How does that move us forward to hold us back from producing outcomes? Lincoln Monthly Training
  6. <ul><li>Who/What Do We Blame? </li></ul><ul><li>People Environment Influence </li></ul><ul><li>The kids Drugs The “system” </li></ul><ul><li>Their parents The neighborhood The government </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Video games Poverty </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>TV, rappers, entertainers </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Capitalism </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Commercialism </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>Lincoln Monthly Training
  7. Who is Right? What are our excuses? It’s the parents, the community violence, the Soda & Cheetos… What are their excuses? Bad schools, poor teachers, the other kids… What’s our responsibility? Ensure equitable learning What’s their responsibility? Learn Lincoln Monthly Training
  8. What Can You Do? Lincoln Monthly Training
  9. … Care about your job. Lincoln Monthly Training
  10. What’s Important? It’s not just about asking questions … but that’s important. Lincoln Monthly Training
  11. What’s Important? It’s not just about knowing how to listen … but that’s important. Lincoln Monthly Training
  12. What’s Important? It’s not just about being open to new information that can improve the situation… but that’s important. Lincoln Monthly Training
  13. What’s Important It’s not just about contact , it’s about care, dignity & respect . Do you VALUE them and their role? Lincoln Monthly Training
  14. Dr. Q Lincoln Monthly Training

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