Why students can succeed without parental involvement

07/23/2013 | Edutopia.org

If educators believe every student can learn, then that means believing teachers can make that happen even without parents' support, asserts high-school principal Ben Johnson. In this blog post, he writes that while teachers should encourage parents to participate in their child's education, it is not realistic to expect all parents will take up that charge. Johnson reminds teachers that they are at the heart of education.

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