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The Wejr Board - Your School Needs a Facebook Page

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4 Ways We Can Connect With Parents

4 Ways We Can Connect With Parents | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it

"Help change those conversations at home by figuring out how to meaningfully connect with parents."


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» Parent engagement in children’s education Family-School & Community Partnerships:

» Parent engagement in children’s education Family-School & Community Partnerships: | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it

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PTA Reflections – A Masterpiece in Family Engagement

PTA Reflections – A Masterpiece in Family Engagement | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
Early March – a time I love at the home office of National PTA. It's the time when our mission springs to life in front of our eyes: advocates streaming into town from every part of the country for our National PTA Legislative ...
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Family Engagement and School Readiness Series 2014 ...

Family Engagement and School Readiness Series 2014 ... | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
March 2014 The National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (NCPFCE) is pleased to announce a new Family Engagement and School Readiness Series for 2014. This series will explore family ...
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Doing More Than Involving Parents

Doing More Than Involving Parents | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
I was recently asked to talk about the difference between parent engagement and parent involvement in public schools. Thanks to the extremely talented Larry Ferlazzo, I had some excellent answers.
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Listen, Please, Ron Clarke: On Developing Partnerships Between Parents and Teachers

Listen, Please, Ron Clarke: On Developing Partnerships Between Parents and Teachers | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
A former teacher and instructional coach, Elena Aguilar is now a transformational leadership coach in the Oakland Unified School District.


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“8 Tips for Reaching Out to Parents” | Engaging Parents In School…

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Best Practices in Family and Community Engagement

Best Practices in Family and Community Engagement | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
Families and educators are both instrumental in a child’s academic development, and yet both often struggle to communicate with one another as a means of improving student outcomes.
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Rob Underwood on the importance of family engagement and education technology

Thank you, Rob Underwood, for supporting Kinvolved's mission to improve K-12 attendance and family engagement. Support Kinvolved by contributing to our crowd...
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Parent-Teacher Chats on twitter

Parent-Teacher Chats on twitter | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it

The goal behind the chat is to encourage a transparent & collaborative dialogue between parents & educators.


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Flipping Parent Communication?

Flipping Parent Communication? | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it

"Too often we leave our communication to monthly newsletters or school wide e-mails. There are many changes happening in education, so flipping the communication I have with parents offered me an opportunity to let them know what is going on."

Peter DeWitt


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Schools train parents as advocates - The Wilson Times (subscription)

Schools train parents as advocates - The Wilson Times (subscription) | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
Schools train parents as advocates
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Davis stressed that school officials have a "huge responsibility” in creating an environment where parents feel comfortable advocating for their children.
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The Wejr Board - Parent Communication: TO vs WITH

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Parent Engagement: Do you have a policy on that?

Parent Engagement: Do you have a policy on that? | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
Many states have adopted policies that describe effective family engagement and how to measure its success. But far too often, schools and district's fail to follow through on policies. The result? Parents are left to define engagement on their own.

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What is family engagement?

Helping children and youth facing mental health problems includes making it easier for families and caregivers to embrace their roles as partners in the trea...
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Department of Education Releases New Parent and Community Engagement Framework | ED.gov Blog

Department of Education Releases New Parent and Community Engagement Framework | ED.gov Blog | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
If you are following tonight's #ptchat - here is the link to the new family & community engagement from @usedgov http://t.co/YVXgTAKD7W
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Engaging Families in Early Childhood Education | RTI Action Network

Engaging Families in Early Childhood Education | RTI Action Network | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
RTINetwork.org guides educators and families in the effective implementation of Response to Intervention (RTI) as a means to improve educational outcomes for all students.
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A Parent's Guide to Twitter and Education

A Parent's Guide to Twitter and Education | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
Joe Mazza (@Joe_Mazza on Twitter) is principal of Knapp Elementary in Lansdale, PA, a school where 20 languages are spoken at home. His blog eFACE Today offers ideas on connecting families using tec
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Family Engagement in Education Act of 2013

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Family Engagement in Education Act of 2013 http://t.co/TuGgulh5IM
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Kim's Story.flv

Watch Kim's story about how EPIC's Family Engagement programs empowered her to become engaged in her children's education by partnering with schools to help ...
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Jennifer Cheatham's Bright Promise - Madison Magazine

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Jennifer Cheatham's Bright Promise
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Research, of course, has shown that when parents get involved in their kids' education, not only do test scores go up, but disciplinary problems go down.
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Most Effective Parental Involvement | Family and Community Engagement in Education

Most Effective Parental Involvement | Family and Community Engagement in Education | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
Families can make teaching and learning much easier for everyone when they reinforce the message at home that school is important. (RT @bachtrac: Love getting my "Scoop It"!

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Parent Engagement in Education: Resource Roundup

Parent Engagement in Education: Resource Roundup | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
Experts agree that parent involvement in their children's education is one of the biggest predictors of student success. As a parent, where do you begin?

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New Solution Paper - Parent Engagement & Participation Roadblocks

New Solution Paper - Parent Engagement & Participation Roadblocks | Getting families engaged into their child’s classroom | Scoop.it
Explores the strengths and weaknesses of the most common means of parent engagement and offers a model for more meaningful and effective parent educator collaboration that fully meets the needs and expectations of both groups.

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