Communities And Communities: Together For Young Children: Chapter Analysis

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I originally thought that communities and families were separate entities where communities were a place that families went to work and where they spent their leisure time. After reading the chapter, I now realize that communities and families are intertwined and both support one another, as explained on pages three and four from the textbook Families, Schools, and Communities: Together for Young Children. Communities and families mold each other through cultural norms and this has an impact on how and what our children learn at home and school. Another significant point that I learned this chapter was believing that a family should support their own children was an untraditional idea (Couchenour, 2014, p. 6). These two concepts I learned
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