Best Practices for Parent Involvement in Schools 


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Parent and family involvement is a MUST to best support meaningful partnerships and positively influence children’s comprehensive growth and academic achievement in education. In the classroom, at home, and in the community, children are learning. Families and their child’s school community are best served when they work in concert. To ensure maximum achievement and positive learning outcomes of students, effective collaboration and innovative strategies must be employed to engage families with cultural/linguistic responsiveness at school.

Ohio Department of Education provides a toolkit that will be helpful to design and develop individualized strategies utilizing best practices for family engagement. For more information, follow the link below.

Source: Sample Best Practices for Parent Involvement in Schools | Ohio Department of Education

One thought on “Best Practices for Parent Involvement in Schools 

  1. BlackMail4u says:

    Parent involvement is so critical! This is a great topic. Thanks for sharing. Helping parents understand that there involvement is needed and essential and helping schools engage parents in effective ways is a challenge for many schools. I have seen success when parents lead this effort and rally other parents. Schools also need to consider effective ways to engage parents outside of the normal school day. Or, figure out how to use the school as a hub to meet a specific community need that supports parent involvement. This topic is something that is Ann important part of my work. Thanks for posting.

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