Parent Involvement in Schooling | Parent(s) are actively involved in helping the child succeed in school.
- Get to know your kids’ teachers so you can act as partners in educating your family.
- If you’re a teacher, post homework assignments on your school’s website so parents can keep track of their child’s deadlines.
- Car-pool to concerts, games, and plays with other parents to make sure as many parents can attend as possible.
- Attend open houses, conferences, and other school events whenever possible. In addition to talking about your child’s progress, make it a point to also have casual, friendly conversations with teachers.
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