5 Ways to Instill a Lifelong Love of Learning

Involved Parents
For all parents, motivating their children to acquire a love of learning should be a high priority. By instilling a lifelong love of learning, students will be more likely to invest their time and energy into learning and to set goals for themselves. Because all children start out with an instinct to explore and discover, the…

CSFB Scholar Aaron Thinks CSFB Rocks!

CSFB Scholars
Aaron, a current Children’s Scholarship Fund Baltimore student, thinks CSFB rocks. Aaron attends Holy Angels school in Baltimore and recently wrote to CSFB to let us know just how much his scholarship means to him. Read his letter below:   Text from Aaron’s letter: Thank you, C.S.F. for helping me…

Shop Amazon Smile and Support CSFB

CSFB Events
Do you frequently shop on Amazon? If so, start shopping through Amazon Smile. If you sign into your Amazon account through this link, CSFB will receive 0.5% of any Amazon purchases! Bookmark this page or save this amazon smile link so that all your purchases can benefit a Baltimore child…

Associated Black Charities Event

Associated Black Charities (ABC) is holding a Public Policy Advisory Committee – Higher Education’s invitation to the discussion on teacher readiness and preparation, teacher stability, and teacher evaluation with the Committee and guests Kate Walsh, National Council on Teacher Quality and Dr. Dallas Dance, Superintendent, Baltimore County Public Schools. This…

School Choice: An Escape from Bullying

Education News, Issues in Education
Bullying in schools is nothing new. However, the medium is changing. The internet, social media and indirect access to children has created a new dimension to bullying. As children receive cell phones, tablets and other devices connecting them to their peers at an earlier and earlier age, cyber bullying is becoming…

Five Ways to Improve Your Child’s Reading Skills

Involved Parents
Why Focus on Reading Skills? Developing superb reading skills is a foundation that will support your child throughout his or her academic career. Children who lack great reading skills are negatively affected and often struggle with other subjects. According to the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, “Reading…

Ways to Get More Involved in Your Child’s Education

Blog Post, Involved Parents
According to a report from the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and the National Coalition for Parental Involvement in Education (NCPIE), children whose parents participate in their school have higher grades and test scores and better attendance, and are more likely to be well adjusted and enjoy school. CSFB requires…

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