Calling All Parents Children need a strong foundation to build self-confidence and a love for learning. One of the most important things you can do for your children is get involved and communicate with their teachers. To succeed academically, they need attention, not just from teachers and schools, but from Mom and Dad. Many children today don't get the attention and help they need at home. Calling All Parents is one mother's reflection on her own experiences as a child and now as a parent, backed up by research that proves what should be obvious: that parents who are involved in their children's school, who take responsibility for their children's education, help their children succeed. Sabrina Scott was born and raised in Queens, NY. She has since moved to Shaker Heights, OH, with her husband and two children where she became a substitute teacher for a few years. It was during that time that she noticed the lack of parent involvement in the public school system and felt something needed to be done. Calling All Parents, truly a labor of love, is her first book. She is passionate about the education and success of our youth today.