Ohio elementary school works to raise student achievement

11/22/2011 | Blade (Toledo, Ohio), The

Educators at Robinson Elementary School in Ohio are working to improve student achievement at the low-performing school as part of an effort supported by a federal grant. Teachers attend Saturday training sessions on instructional strategies and meet with students each morning before beginning school work. The school also encourages parents to visit the school once a month for "parent power hour," to help keep them informed about school activities and engaged in their children's education.

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