LA Talk Radio Host Dore Frances Interviews Malcolm and Laura Gauld

Malcolm and Laura Gauld are the heads of Hyde Schools, the group of character-building boarding and charter schools, whose pioneering philosophy has been profiled on 60 Minutes, 20/20, Today, PBS and NPR. Together they are the co-authors of the book The Biggest Job We’ll Ever Have (Scribner), as well as the founders of parenting workshops that emerged from it.

Known for their success with turning around attitudes, and their success in empowering parents to raise strong adults with character and for the transformative work they do with teenagers and their parents, they draw on three decades of experience as education and parenting experts to offer an upbeat and provocative perspective on issues affecting families and the critical roles of parents relative to those issues.

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About Dore Frances and This Radio Show
Born in San Francisco, California and now living in Bend, Oregon, Dore has always had a passion for working with and assisting children and families.

Over the years she has been involved in grief counseling, juvenile advocacy, IEP assistance, residential placement guidance, and family support. This radio show supports many guests who bring a lot of different information to families who are raising children and professionals who are assisting and working with children and young adults. Dore introduces her listeners to different types of residential treatment centers, authors who have written books for teens and parents, those in the academic and education industry, parent coaches, psychologists who have been involved in difference areas of working with at-risk youth, therapeutic consultants, as well as some non-profits that are doing great things in their community.

Listen to your host, Dore Frances and her many guests every Monday at 12 noon PST.