Creative parent engagement strategies used by four charter schools Philadelphia Public School Notebook “I tell teachers that if you have a parent not coming to conferences or a family where involvement is not great, you should see that as a...
New study shows parent involvement leads to better classroom attention MSNBC A new study by cognitive neuroscientist Helen Neville from the University of Oregon, Eugene indicates that parental involvement may be a large factor in preschoolers...
Parents who are actively engaged in their school communities should also be seen as essential partners in community transformation. All voices are needed in the dialogue concerning creating a viable and healthy future for our children.
We must remember that every parent wants the best for their child, that parents are sending us ‘their best’ and what they value most, and that parents expect us to help their child be successful. This underscores the importance for us as the teacher to take the first step to invite and welcome parents to know us and to work with us to help their child find success. Education is all about relationships and as teachers must always extend our hand for the relationship to begin.
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