Last December, I posted My Best Posts & Articles About Building Parent Engagement In Schools — 2009, a compilation of what I thought were the most useful posts in this blog last year.
As we near the end of this school year, I thought readers might be interested in hearing which posts I’ve written since that time might be worth reviewing.
Here are My Best Posts On Parent Engagement So Far This Year:
Parent/Teacher Home Visit Project
“School Matters: Parents Must Be Key to Education Reform”
“Home Libraries Provide Huge Educational Advantage”
New Study Shows That Paying Families To “Engage” In Schools Doesn’t Work
“Hybrid” Teachers & Engaging Parents
Can The Brookings Institution Really Be That Clueless?
Profiles in Family, School, and Community Engagement
Is Developing Race-Specific Parent Groups Really The Way To Go?
“A Community-Based Relational Approach to Parent Engagement in Schools” Article Available Free Now
How NOT To Communicate With Parents
Latest Assessment Results From Family Literacy Project
Follow-Up To Lt. Governor’s Comments
Book Highlights Importance Of Parent-Community Ties
Will Somebody Tell Secretary Duncan’s Staff That There Are “Regular” Public Schools Engaging Parents, Too?
The “Parent Trigger” Comes To California….Unfortunately
Principal Organizes For Neighborhood Safety
A “Must-Read” For Anybody Interested In Parent Engagement In Schools
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