Louisiana's so-called "reverse trigger" law can't help New Orleans parents return control of a high school to the local school board.

The latest issue of the Harvard Family Research Project's FINE Newsletter features new professional development methods for teachers to promote family engagement.

An EdSource survey finds that most California parents know little about the state's funding law, but they want to determine how the money is spent.

Albuquerque parents won't receive school district guidance detailing their rights to opt their children out of standardized testing after failed board vote.

Two mothers who lost their daughters in the Sandy Hook school shooting last year lead an initiative to increase security in schools nationwide.

The superintendent of Florida's Pasco County Schools proposes revisions to district honor-roll guidelines after a parent complains about her son's inclusion on the list.

The National Assessment Governing Board is inviting parent leaders to attend an education summit Jan. 13 to discuss strategies to improve student achievement.

Parents critical of the Common Core State Standards staged a national protest this week by keeping their children home from school, though participation was hard to gauge in many places.

Parents should encourage their children to become globally competent to succeed in an increasingly interconnected, multicultural world, according to the authors of a new book.

National Parental Involvement Day, on Nov. 21, will highlight an effort to provide low-income families with free or discounted Internet access and computers.


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