Building tomorrow's leaders takes a strong foundation

Peterson, Evan D.
August 2005
Fort Worth Business Press;8/1/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 31, p29
Focuses on the role of parents in establishing the core values of their children. Influence of the school on the learning and development of children; Factors that parents should consider in choosing schools for their children; Importance of parental involvement in the activities of school children.


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