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 ...
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 ...
Julie Hanson's insight:
Resources to assist schools with family engagement
"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."
Schools train parents as advocates The Wilson Times (subscription) Davis stressed that school officials have a "huge responsibility” in creating an environment where parents feel comfortable advocating for their children.
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.
Madison Magazine Jennifer Cheatham's Bright Promise Madison Magazine 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.
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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