How schools can measure parental involvement

05/13/2013 | Edutopia.org

Being an "involved parent" means different things to different families, writes Joe Mazza, a lead learner at Knapp Elementary School in Lansdale, Pa. In this blog post, he writes that according to a recent survey, parents typically fall into three categories: those seeking help for their students, those interested in helping schools in traditional ways and those "poised for deeper action on education policy, though still on the sidelines."

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