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Father’s Day may look a bit different this year. While the traditional day of BBQs and camping trips might not be in the books, Chicago Public Library is here to help you find creative ways to honor the father and father figures in your life.
Helping children with homework is challenging during the best of times. As many parents and caregivers become full-time homeschoolers, the struggle is real. The transition is daunting and the challenges are unfamiliar. Don't worry; you are not alone. Veronica Brown, one of our team members, shares her experiences as she teaches two kids of her own.
Teacher in the Library, Leonetta is the program's most staunch advocate. "It's more than just homework help. It's developing confidence among students. It's empowering caregivers to guide their children. It's giving people and communities access, resources, and opportunities to succeed," she says.