Education Leaders Weigh In On Parent Engagement, Privacy Issues is a pretty interesting post from Education Week. Here’s an excerpt:
Fully 58 percent of national education decision makers and influencers sampled in a recent survey believe that states have done a “poor” or “very poor” job at family and community engagement for school turnarounds, according to an Education Insider report released today by Whiteboard Advisors, a Washington, D.C.-based policy‐oriented consulting practice. Only 8 percent said they have done a “good” job.
Every month, Education Insider conducts an anonymous survey of about 50 key education policymakers, thought leaders, and association heads to get their opinions and commentary about education issues. Senior staff from the U.S. Department of Education, White House, Congress, state chiefs, and heads of major associations and think tanks are among those polled about a variety of education topics.