Keri Rodrigues is Mom-In-Chief of Massachusetts Parents United, a parent advocacy group fighting for high-quality education, safer neighborhoods and stable homes.
When we think about parent engagement, Keri isn’t just talking about it, she’s doing it. This mother of 3 boys is fed up with being left out of decisions made about her kids, and is organizing other parents who feel the same.
In a recent blog post, Keri dishes the realness on parent advocacy, why parents don’t happily engage with schools, and why kids, not adults, at the most important people in education.
What do you think?