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[read ebook] The Formula: Unlocking the Secrets to Raising Highly Successful Children

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[read ebook] The Formula: Unlocking the Secrets to Raising Highly Successful Children (Epub Kindle)

[read ebook] The

Formula: Unlocking the

Secrets to Raising

Highly Successful

Children (Epub Kindle)

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'If you are a parent or plan to be, read this book. You'll learn what you can do—and there is a lot you can

do—to help your child succeed in the fullest sense of the word. Beautifully written, impeccably crafted. I

loved it.'—Angela Duckworth 'The Formula is for all parents who want to be powerful advocates and

strategic partners for their kids. Refreshingly practical, it unpacks what parents of high-achieving adults did

to help their children be successful and happy. I recognize so many of these traits in my wonderful

parents.' —Dr. Bridget Terry Long, Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education “With

over 40 years of education experience, I have learned that a childâ€s success isnâ€t solely dependent

on grades or standardized tests. Success, starts first and foremost at home, with parents that support

an intrinsic motivation for their children to reach their fullest potential. However, just as children

have different learning styles, parents, as well, have different parenting styles. The Formula masterfully

combines the latest research with compelling, real-life stories and introduces us to different parenting

styles and provides a formula for teaching, motivating, and empowering successful children.―

—John D. Couch, Appleâ€s first VP of Education and coauthor of Rewiring Education The

Formula pursues an important question that social scientists, preoccupied with explaining the problematic

outcomes of childhood, seldom address: the role parents play in developing children—regardless of their

race, class, or national origin—who become extraordinarily successful in life. Ferguson and

Robertsonâ€s compelling analysis of data collected on the life stories of interesting people who change the

world is a must-read.' —William Julius Wilson, Lewis P. and Linda L. Geyser University

Professor at Harvard University Read more Ronald F. Ferguson, PhD, joined the faculty at Harvard's

John F. Kennedy School of Government in 1983 and has spent his entire career there using teaching,

research and writing to increase the flow of knowledge between the university and the world. An MITtrained

economist who focuses social science research on economic, social, and educational challenges, he

co-founded Tripod Education Partners in 2014 and shifted into an adjunct role at the University, where he

remains a fellow at the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy and faculty director of the university-wide

Achievement Gap Initiative (AGI). A February 2011 profile of Ron in the New York Times wrote, 'There is

no one in America who knows more about the gap that Ronald Ferguson.' Ron's current focus as AGI

director is an initiative titled the Boston Basics. Inspired by the fact that birth-to-three is a critically

important period for learning, the Basics Campaign is striving to saturate the entire community with advice

and support for the parents of infants and toddlers. Ron holds an undergraduate degree from Cornell

University and a PhD from MIT, both in economics. He has been happily married for 38 years and is the

father of two adult sons. Tatsha Robertson, MA, is an award-winning editor and writer with more than 20

years of experience handling investigative, feature, and news stories for leading magazines and newspapers.

As the first female New York City Bureau Chief and National Rover for the Boston Globe, she began


studying how parents raise successful children some ten years ago. She pioneered Essence magazineâ€s

focus on investigative and news articles, which led to the positioning of the magazine as a significant

authority and voice on news and led to an interview with President Obama on parenting. Most recently, she

was a senior editor at People, where she focused on crime stories. She has been an adjunct professor of

journalism at New York University since 2005. Ms. Robertson has been a frequent guest on national media,

appearing on programs like TODAY and for television networks that include CNN, HLN, FOX, and

MSNBC. A prolific writer, Robertson recently co-authored Media Circus with Kim Goldman. She is also

completing a thriller. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, she grew up in Greenville, South Carolina, and earned

a bachelorâ€s degree at Morris College and a masterâ€s degree in journalism at The Ohio State

University. Read more

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