Opinion: Parents Sometimes Are Missing In School Equation

08/7/2002 | NYTimes.com

Parental involvement in a student's education is vital, but low-income parents often are ill-equipped to help their children perform better in school, says columnist Richard Rothstein. Unfortunately, organizing parents can be hampered when parents don't have the skills to participate effectively, Rothstein says.

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