Getting Involved in Your Child’s School Early #Futuro2020

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Candy from Candypolooza.com shares what it means to be a Latina military mom focused on receiving the best education for her children.  With a seven year-old tween in first grade, Candy has made it a priority to get involved early.

The #Futuro2020 and #CelebrateEDU series is a compensated program with Hispanic CREO and Los Tweens.  However, all opinions expressed are as always our own. 

Los Tweens has partnered with Hispanic CREO’s Futuro 2020 campaign to bring you a series of posts and videos on parental involvement, education reform and celebrating children’s achievements.  Throughout the Fall of 2013, we will be sharing with you more information on ways that you can be involved with your child’s education – from tips and advice to important changes in education that affect us all.  We’ve partnered with three moms – Amber, Michelle and Candy – who are sharing with us tips, advice and allowing us to follow along their journey.   The series kicked off with an interview of Hispanic CREO CEO and President Julio Fuentes and is continuing with our Mami Ambassador videos. View Amber’s first video here.

How you can join us: 

Join the Futuro2020 campaign by texting FUTURO to 52886 to receive more information.

Sign up to join the movement http://www.futuro2020.org/signup

Follow @futuro_2020 on Twitter and the #Futuro2020 hashtag

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