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what is ESEA?
The goal of ESEA is to ensure a high-quality education for every child, by providing Extra help to students who need it most.
ESEA Has Three (3) Primary Objectives:
⤷ To improve student achievement for all participating children
⤷ To improve staff development
⤷ To improve parental and community involvement
The Department of Curriculum & Instruction has been steadfast in its quest to carry out the Family and Community Engagement (F.A.C.E) mission to empower parents to actively participate in their children’s education by providing support, resources, and assistance that will increase parental involvement, enhance student achievement and promote community partnerships.
Greetings and Happy New Year Parents and Guardians:
On behalf of the students and families of the Thornton Township High School District 205, it is an honor and a privilege to welcome you to the 4th Annual Family and Community Engagement (F.A.C.E.) Summit. The theme, “The Fierce Urgency Of Now!”, underscores that involved supportive parents, guardians, and community can significantly improve the academic performance of our students. Research shows that educators play an integral role in ensuring quality education to every child. Parents/guardians play a significant role in their children’s lives. The Thornton Township High School District 205 is absolutely committed to providing the best education for our student population.
I welcome each parent, guardian, and community supporter to attend this monumental virtual event, because your participation affirms that you are committed to providing the nurturing support and education that every child requires to succeed.
I wish you a successful and rewarding Educational Summit!
Dr. Nathaniel J. Cunningham, Jr.,
Superintendent of Schools
The fierce urgency of now has, understandably, made its way into our education reform vocabulary. It has come to mean that the heinous educational conditions that cause children to lose their educational lives and social and economic futures exist because we fail to consistently teach many of them to read and think adequately for these times.
We interpret the phrase, the fierce urgency of now, as urging that schools, teachers, researchers, policymakers, and others need to stop dithering and wasting time, and get down to the business of eradicating unacceptable educational problems with all deliberate speed.
In short, we interpret it to mean, “Get to it now!” and “Produce results!” and “We have no more time to waste!”
By far, the most famous person to utter the phrase the fierce urgency of now was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The day honoring Dr. King’s birth is a fitting moment to consider how we might understand the fierce urgency of now and how we might take our insights forward to confront the problems we educators face today.
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