Jul 20, 2016

The Crucial Role of Parental Involvement - The Edvocate

By Matthew Lynch It is beyond any doubt that low-performing schools would benefit from developing strong parent-school partnerships. However, it is not always easy to promote such a culture of shared responsibility. Schools may face difficulty in attaining an efficient collaborative framework among stakeholders, which include teachers, parents, students, the community, and the administration...

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