When parents encourage their children to ask "why?." kids may be more interested in science later in life. How can schools engage students who didn't have that experience?
All Blog Posts With parent involvement Tag or Category
August 11, 2014
August 07, 2014
New studies provide insight into ways to help students with attention deficits succeed academically.
August 06, 2014
Every year during the last week of summer, teachers in Henderson County, Ky. make house calls.
August 05, 2014
A new fact sheet details how rural districts can encourage their students to walk and bike to school.
July 11, 2014
After finally lashing back at an insolent parent, I realize why its important for me, the teacher, to apologize first—and never go there again.
June 13, 2014
A pair of Johns Hopkins researchers explore why low-income men father children outside of marriage.
May 26, 2014
A new study finds that certain types of parent involvement may make more of a difference than others when it comes to schools' efforts to make Adequate Yearly Progress toward improving their test scores under No Child Left Behind.
April 22, 2014
A new guide encourages personal plans to leverage community supports to meet the social, emotional, and academic needs of students.
April 14, 2014
Schools will have more success in addressing the issues of public education in their school systems (such as student performance, funding, school closures, and bond elections) when there is a strong group of parents who partner with their children's schools as well as with the school system as a whole, says Stephanie Hirsh and Anne Foster.
April 09, 2014
In this guest blog post, Diane Miller makes a passionate plea for radically changing our cultural definition of "community." If we want the conditions of the world to improve, then those of us who have choice must choose to live differently for the common good of all humanity, especially the children.