Schools foster parent-teacher connections

10/29/2003 | Christian Science Monitor, The

To assist in their school reform efforts, states and districts are experimenting with new strategies to enhance communication with parents and encourage their involvement in schools. Innovative initiatives include New York City's 1,200 full-time parent coordinators and Chicago's local school councils, where majority-member parents have the authority to hire principals and set the school budgets.

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