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“There are several myths I’ve encountered as I work with parents. One is that low-income parents don’t care about education, that they don’t care about their children learning. Often there are extenuating circumstances within the family or home that may lead to that perception. But these parents care about their children; they care about their children’s academics. They want their children to learn. They want the same things for their children as other middle- and upper-income families want for their kids. And so it’s a myth that parents don’t care about education or don’t want their kids to learn.” — Sandra Hardy

Date: June 15, 2018

Event: The Gospel Coalition’s 2018 Women’s Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana

You can listen to this episode of The Gospel Coalition podcast here. Find more audio and video from the 2018 Women’s Conference on the conference media page.

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