Aug 10, 2015

One Size Doesn’t Fit All | ASCD Inservice

Decades of research have shown that family involvement in education is a powerful influence on learning. In fact, a 2002 research review on the effects of school, family, and community connections on student achievement found that when families are involved in their children’s learning both at home and at school, their children do better in school. Makes sense, right? Educators often mention...

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