Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Trim: 5½ x 8½
978-1-4758-3312-6 • Paperback • December 2016 • $26.00 • (£19.99)
978-1-4758-3313-3 • eBook • December 2016 • $24.50 • (£18.99)
Barbara D. Culp, M.A.Ed., Ed.D. has dedicated forty-three years of her life to education as an elementary and middle school teacher, a principal, and a clinical supervisor. She recently founded a tutorial service for public, private, charter and parochial schools, and offers workshops and training programs on classroom management and differentiated instruction.
Part One: Trusted Knowledge for Your Child
Part Two: Trusted Knowledge for Yourself
Part Three: Trusted Knowledge for Your Outlook
Final Words: Always a Parent
About the Author
As an educator, with forty-plus years of experience as a classroom teacher and principal, I have read many books on parenting. Dr. Culp’s book stands alone. It is a practical, enlightening book that will be a source of inspiration and guidance for parents who are impacted by the many challenges of our global society. I highly recommend it, not only for parents, but for anyone who works closely with children. Thank you, Dr. Culp!
— Brenda Jones Lewis
Trusted Knowledge for Parents delivers thoughtful, succinct, and insightful advice. A must read for those entrusted with raising responsible, resilient, and capable children in a competitive world that is rapidly changing. Dr. Culp helps us to look beyond parenting in the traditional modicum and instead explains parenting in a fiduciary way that is the ultimate long-term investment.
— Haroldeen Swearingen, EdS, adjunct professor, Mercer University
Trusted Knowledge for Parents is a must read for parents with children of any age who are looking for ways to improve their parenting skills. It provides positive and practical approaches and sound parenting advice. Dr. Culp has written this book in a parent-friendly form for all levels of parenting skills. She has included many topics of concern with suggestions and ideas on how to address them at home, at school, and in the community. After you have read the entire book, you will want to keep it close at hand as a quick reference. It is the ideal book to share with friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Parents will surely feel the support of the author throughout this book.
— Merian T. Ezzard, former middle school counselor
After reading from Trusted Knowledge for Parents, I am convinced that the wisdom it contains is the most valuable information I have ever read to help parents raise confident, smart, and successful children. Cheers to Dr. Barbara D. Culp for having the insight to write such a powerful and compact book. It is a must read for all parents and would be parents!
— Annie Gist, local unit president and 10th district director for Georgia’s PTA