Schools seek to get parents involved

10/31/2002 | Education Week

Citing research that shows students learn more if their parents are involved, more schools are developing volunteer programs for parents to get involved with classroom instruction. One good example is the APPLE program in Spokane, Wash., schools, that enables parents to become partners in their children's schooling.

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