New Haven's Patrina Reddick, MSW Helping Parents During COVID - Old-School Strategies Still Working

Parents needing help during COVID must ask questions. The Urban Academics Roundtable hosts weekly intellectual talk around issues relating to black, brown, poor, and others living the inner-city urban experience,Thursdays at 9:30 PM (EST).
By: Urban Academics
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Aug. 6, 2020 - PRLog -- This week in the Urban Academics Roundtable, "HOT-Seat" is a special guest who has been between Charlotte, NC (born), and New Haven, CT (raised) all her life. Because of this back and forth, she understood educational differences were based more on the environment than skin color.

She's a Creative Entrepreneur, Co-Founder, and Executive Director of The PIMOSH Network, educational programs, and services providers. Thursday, Patrina Reddick, MSW, jumps into the "HOT-Seat" on Why most schools, students, and teachers fail - What can you do to make sure our children survive?

Ms. Patrina will share strategies for caretakers and parents needing help, give examples of who to call and when, and encourage parents to speak up, or no one will know where it hurts - Get Your questions answered quicker. Now's the time to raise your hand and be heard.

Folks working with children will learn what they must do to make sure students aren't ignored and falling through the cracks. How about the learning disabled or kids' mental health diagnoses? Who is responsible for the educating of US public school students?

Either way, according to Ms. Reddick, parents need to be prepared to act-like/be a teacher even if they're not ready to be one. Schools, as we know, it is over, in the past tense. Parents who need help during COVID should ask and apply for it (support).

The Urban Academics Roundtable hosts weekly intellectual talk around issues relating to black, brown, poor folks living the inner-city urban experience, Thursdays, at 9:30 PM (EST).

Here's your invitation to accept a seat at this week's Urban Academics Roundtable. You can "Accept Invite" only by joining in on this week's talk or Thursday's at 9:30 PM (EST). More information about Patrina Reddick, MSW at the Urban Academics Roundtable, is here.

Patrina Reddick is also a published writer with a new book releasing fall 2020 entitled, No Slack Barack (How President Obama Saved My Life). It's a survival guide for Daddy's Girls. For more information on Ms. Patrina or her new book, No Slack Barack, go here: HTTP://

Otherwise, to grab a seat at the Urban Academics Roundtable, go to

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