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Parent Involvement

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Parent Involvement Types of Parent Involvement: Benefits of Parent Involvement: Federal Laws: By Megan Payne Implementing Parent Involvement: Report cards
Weekly or monthly progress reports
Parents’ night
School visitation days
Phone calls
Newsletters
Parent-teacher conferences
Clear communication What is Parent Involvement? Can be defined differently between parents and teachers
Helping children outside of school
Helping at child's school “A student’s education is a shared
responsibility among educators in
the school, parents at home and
members of the community” - Susan Jarmuz-Smith Parents as partners
Collaborators
Problem-solvers
Audience
Supporters
Advisors. Academic Outcomes:
Lower dropout rates
Fewer students held back
Fewer special education placements
Higher test scores Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) The “NASP’s Principles for Professional Ethics
Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL)
National Center for Family and Community Connections Ethical Guidelines: Resources Behavior Improvements:
An increased ability to self-regulate
Students develop higher levels of social skills Parents gain a clearer understanding
of what is expected of their children and
what they can do to help them personally. Anderson, Kellie J., and Kathleen M. Minke. “Parent Involvement in Education: Toward an Understanding of Parents’ Decision Making.” The Journal of Educational Research 100.5 (2007): 311.323.328 ProQuest Central. Web. 2 Feb. 2013.

Airasian, Peter W., and Michael K. Russell. Classroom Assessment: Concepts and Applications. 6th ed. Boston: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008. Print.

Izzo. Charles V., et al. “A Longitudinal Assessment of Teacher Perceptions of Parent Involvement in Children’s Education and School Performance.” American Journal of Community Psychology 27.6 (1999): 817-39. ProQuest Central. Web. 2 Feb. 2013.

Jarmuz-Smith. Suzan. Parent Involvement in Education. 39 Vol. Bethesda, Bethesda, 2011. ProQuest Central. Web. 2 Feb. 2013.

Jayanti, Madhavi, et al. “Strategies for Successful Homework.” Teaching Exceptional Children 30.1 (1197): 4-. ProQuest Central. Web. 2 Feb. 2013.
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