This guide is chock full of ways to improve communication between home and school, and we all know that this communication is good for kids.
What’s more, students with involved parents tend to do better regardless of familybackground. From better social skills to more regular attendance to increased graduation rates, kids of all socioeconomic levels show gains across a variety of indicators when their families connect with school, according to research by the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory.
This guide includes a detailed “Top Ten Tip” list, with lots of digital resources to help lead the way.
As usual, I love what Edutopia puts out – this one is worth the time, again.