Boys account for 85% of the discipline problems in schools. They also constitute the largest populations in special education, Title I, and those who have reading and writing problems. Boys are the ones who have committed the violent acts in America’s schools, and they are the most likely to drop out of school. Watch this one-minute video to learn more:
This workshop focuses on the “why” behind male behavior in schools and what schools can do to begin making school more “boy friendly.” Issues that affect boys who come from poverty, as well as middle class, will be explored in this session.
Parents can also benefit from this content in an evening presentation focused on creating well-adjusted boys at home and at school.