About - Teaching DEI at Home

teach DEI at home

 

Mission. As DEI in schools becomes an increasingly contentious issue, we're equally committed to helping parents teach DEI at home.

Approach. We write guidebooks that are purposely concise to help modern, busy parents find what they need quickly. Instead of drawn-out theoretical verbiage, you'll find succinct, step-by-step parenting tips for teaching DEI at home. Parents need guidance too!

Age Group. We write our guidebooks with parents of elementary-school kids in mind. That said, we're aware that there are different maturity levels at every age and parents know best what is and isn't appropriate for their own child.

Format. Modern Parent Guidebooks are available in ebook format only. We do this because digital format enables the accessibility, affordability, and eco-consciousness that our brand supports.

Sample. Read our most popular title for free - our treat. How to Teach Girls They're Just as Worthy as Boys

Author. It's never too late to pursue your passion. Sounds trite, but it's so true!

Trish Allison writes our guidebooks. After surviving and overcoming an 'against all odds' past (alcoholic mother, narcissist father, special-needs sibling, the list goes on!), Trish reinvented herself by combining her 60 years of hard-earned wisdom, countless hours of counseling, a sporadic career in procedural writing, and a long-ignored passion to write something meaningful -- into a collection of social-justice parenting books.

As the mother of two grown (equality-enlightened) kids, writing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) instructional booklets for parents was a logical next step for Trish. Each short book in the Modern Parent Guidebook collection is purposely concise for busy, modern parents who want to raise open-minded kids.

The timing for a collection of step-by-step DEI parenting guidebooks couldn't be better. As the world finally (slowly) awakens to the dire need to reduce cultural unfairness, helping parents raise a generation of open-minded kids is critical.

Collaborate. Please contact us if you have a DEI parenting topic you'd like to suggest for one of our future titles. We fully support a collaborative approach to our mission.