Achievement Matters: Getting Your Child the Best Education Possible

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Dafina Books, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
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As head of the U.S.'s oldest and largest community-based organisation devoted to empowering black Americans, the National Urban league, Price acutely understands the challenges facing children today. Having launched a campaign raising massive awareness of racial bias in the public school system, this book rallies parents to do the same thing, providing them with a framework for change, plus practical tips and proven strategies to find and create quality schools, and to help children achieve. Filled with personal stories and anecdotes, this is a powerful tool for change.
 

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President of the National Urban League (NUL) since 1994, Price seeks to empower blacks by promoting education as the great equalizer in American society. His inspiring stories and practical tips ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
7
CHAPTER
33
CHAPTER THREE
61
CHAPTER FOUR
89
CHAPTER FIVE
119
CHAPTER
145
CHAPTER SEVEN
169
CHAPTER EIGHT
185
CONCLUSION
207
APPENDX
231
INDEX
245
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Price, president of the National Urban League, has been a member of the New York Times editorial board, a senior vice president of WNET/Thirteen, and vice president at the Rockefeller Foundation.

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