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10 Things Any School Can Do to Build Parent Involvement . . .
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Dear Education Leader:
Decades of research support the connection between parent involvement and factors that affect school success. In fact, when parents are simply more involved than average, their children are an astonishing 30% more successful in school—as measured by GPAs; test scores in math, science, reading and social studies; and promotion, retention and teacher ratings.1
Getting parents involved in their children’s education is not just a "nice idea." Educators can’t do our job as effectively without parents’ help. It is a challenge to get them engaged and involved, but you don’t have to solve the problem on your own.
The Parent Institute has been providing schools with research-based, practical publications to engage families and boost student achievement for more than two decades. Now we’d like to help you reach out to parents by giving you the experts’ best ideas absolutely free.
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Now, you can get all of your parents, even the busy or hard-to-reach ones, involved with effective parent engagement strategies. The ideas outlined here in your free copy of 10 Things Any School Can Do to Build Parent Involvement . . . Plus Five Great Ways to Fail! can help you foster home and school teamwork to improve test scores, attendance, behavior, responsibility and achievement. Click here to download your free copy today or go to http://www.parent-institute.com/reports/10-things-report-2014.php.
John H. Wherry, Ed.D.
President, The Parent Institute
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1Fan, Xitao, and Chen, Michael, Parental Involvement and Studentsí Academic Achievement:†A Meta-Analysis, National Science Foundation; National Center for Education Statistics, summarized.