I’ve written quite a few articles on parent engagement, and decided to bring them together in one list. You might also be interested in seeing all my parent engagement-related “The Best” lists here.
Here are my picks for My Best Posts, Articles & Interviews On Parent Engagement:
Involvement or Engagement? is the title of my lead article in this month’s issue of ASCD Education Leadership.
I wrote Parent Involvement or Parent Engagement? for Learning First.
What’s really wrong with ‘parent trigger’ laws is the title of a piece I wrote for The Washington Post.
You can read my article in Teacher Magazine, What ‘Star Wars’ Can Teach Educators About Parent Engagement, without having to register first at this link.
Why paying parents to attend school events is wrong is a piece I wrote for The Washington Post.
The ‘Parent Trigger’ doesn’t help schools or parents is the headline of a piece at The Washington Post.
The national teacher organization “Teachers Count” published an interview with me that focuses on parent engagement issues.
John Norton interviewed me for one of my favorite blogs (and I say that not just because of this interview )
You might want to read Expert Advice about Parent Engagement: An Interview with Larry Ferlazzo.
I had a great and stimulating experience as a guest in an Ed Week chat on Engaging Parents. If you’re interested, you can read the chat transcript.
Teacher Magazine published an article I wrote about teachers making home visits to parents. It’s part of a series written by members of the Teacher Leaders Network. You have to register (for free) to read the entire article, but it’s a quick process.
Home Visits and Hope for the Future is a piece Carrie Rose and I co-wrote for ASCD Express.
Response: The Difference Between Parent “Involvement” & Parent “Engagement” is the last post in a three-part series on parent engagement I published in my Ed Week Teacher column. Links to the preview two posts in the series are included.
Here are two short pieces I wrote for Ed Week:
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