Compare your findings to ideas in the chapter.

Family diversity: father- and grandparent-led families.

a. Interview a father in a single-parent family. Ask about his priorities for the education and upbringing of his child(ren). Ask about the difficulties and benefits of being a single dad. Ask what teachers can do to be supportive of single fathers. Compare your findings to ideas from the chapter.

b. Interview a grandparent in a grandparent-led family. Ask about her or his priorities for the education of the child(ren). Ask about the difficulties and benefits of being a grandparent raising grandchildren. Ask what teachers can do to be supportive of grandparents who are raising their grandchildren. Compare your findings to ideas in the chapter.

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