School program offers students male role models

06/18/2009 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Maryland Superintendent Nancy Grasmick says that many elementary and middle schools in the state lack enough men to act as positive male role models for students. Some schools are turning to programs such as Watch DOGS that allow fathers to help in classrooms and spend time with students during lunch.

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