A Walk in My Shoes

When we walk in each others shoes, we are intentional to be in each other's spaces.

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Whether it's home visits, services learning (with families and teachers),  principal for a day or shadowing students in their classes. We believe that there are multiple ways to walk in each other's shoes in order to build community and empathy.

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Funds of Knowledge - the book. Teachers often don't know what is going on at home for students. Parents expressed that they want to be invited into school spaces but do not always feel welcome.


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