Educator’s Network Inc.

We are comprised of a team of committed educators, parents and community members. We believe that the lack of education produces poverty, illiteracy, and disillusionment with one’s self.

Research shows that partnership programs require teamwork. All stakeholders have active roles in developing productive partnerships and in improving and sustaining their work over time.

There are many reasons for developing school, family, and community partnerships. We believe such partnerships can improve school programs and school climate by providing family services and support. In addition partnerships, increase parent awareness and skills, while establishing a connection between schools and community. We continue to impart information to the community for we understand that knowledge is the key to success and creating productive members of our global society.

In our estimation, one of the most significant social issues we face, is the eradication of ignorance which stems from inadequate education. We are global citizens, consisting of diverse cultures and customs. A concerted effort must be made to promote achievement through the utilization of education and information

Dr. Mansur
Founder

3 Responses to “Educator’s Network Inc.”

  1. Charles Lawrence says:

    I found the information very informative, and will pas it on to students as well as colleagues

    • Tiegir says:

      even though we don’t work in a caroprote environment, i expect all stakeholders to act professionally. whether a student, parent, or educator, when engaged in interactions between the school and the community (or even between educators themselves), we should be considering each other in a professional manner: working and communicating efficiently and with courtesy/genuine respect.when in doubt, we should always err on the side of professionalism, no matter who we are or what we do.

  2. Dimitri says:

    even though we don’t work in a copoarrte environment, i expect all stakeholders to act professionally. whether a student, parent, or educator, when engaged in interactions between the school and the community (or even between educators themselves), we should be considering each other in a professional manner: working and communicating efficiently and with courtesy/genuine respect.when in doubt, we should always err on the side of professionalism, no matter who we are or what we do.

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