Letting teachers, parents lead to improve education

05/6/2014 | Center for Teaching Quality

School leaders should create more opportunities for teachers and parents to collaborate to improve education, teacher and author Katy Farber writes in this blog post. She outlines how parents can be given more leadership and opportunities to participate in their children's education. In addition, she believes teachers should be given more time to work together as well as with parents. "This means creating opportunities for classes with fewer students, more collaborative time for teachers, better connections to communities, and more connected schools," Farber writes.

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