Tennessee school uses family nights in effort to improve achievement

Educators at a Tennessee school hope to help Title I students improve achievement by holding a series of family nights at the school. The night classes are paid for with Title I funds earmarked for improving parental involvement among parents of economically disadvantaged students, and they give parents an guide to what their children are learning in school, with each session focusing on a different subject.

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