Greg Williams, a father and grandfather, reads "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" to third-grade students in Janeen Scavella's class at Nathan B. Young Elementary School in Opa-locka on Thursday, May 14, 2015. Williams volunteers in the Fatherhood Reading Squad, a program of the Fatherhood Task Force of South Florida. "All my children are adults, but I'm a dad of the children in this community," says Williams, who reads to students during the program's twice-monthly visits to the school, at 14120 NW 24th Ave. Thursday was Fathers in Education Day, part of Fathers in Action & Advocacy Week.
Greg Williams, a father and grandfather, reads "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" to third-grade students in Janeen Scavella's class at Nathan B. Young Elementary School in Opa-locka on Thursday, May 14, 2015. Williams volunteers in the Fatherhood Reading Squad, a program of the Fatherhood Task Force of South Florida. "All my children are adults, but I'm a dad of the children in this community," says Williams, who reads to students during the program's twice-monthly visits to the school, at 14120 NW 24th Ave. Thursday was Fathers in Education Day, part of Fathers in Action & Advocacy Week. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Greg Williams, a father and grandfather, reads "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" to third-grade students in Janeen Scavella's class at Nathan B. Young Elementary School in Opa-locka on Thursday, May 14, 2015. Williams volunteers in the Fatherhood Reading Squad, a program of the Fatherhood Task Force of South Florida. "All my children are adults, but I'm a dad of the children in this community," says Williams, who reads to students during the program's twice-monthly visits to the school, at 14120 NW 24th Ave. Thursday was Fathers in Education Day, part of Fathers in Action & Advocacy Week. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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May 14, 2015 7:50 PM

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