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COMBO’s Parent Involvement Media Article Comments for September

The goal of posting Media Articles is to provide a national perspective on the need for engaging schools and families. Click on an article link below to be educated, inspired or moved to make a difference in your school community.

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Parent Involvement or Parent Engagement?

Parental Engagment Pays Off

Education: The Natural Bridge

Engaging Parents In School…Going Beyond Parent “Involvement”

Boston, parent involvement, parent university

Research tells schools to empower parents

Workshop Helps Parents Understand Kid's Homework

Parent Involvement Means Successful Kids

Family engagement plan growing

Importance of Parent Involvement

Will the Recession Increase Parental Involvement?

Dad’s Early Connection With Child ‘Writes Script’ For Later School Involvement

September is National Literacy Month – Free Resources!

Mill Creek Elementary celebrates twentieth anniversary in MO

New Research Promotes Parent Involvement for the Prevention of Underage Drinking

Can Parents Unite?

The Parent And The Coach

The Parents We Mean to Be

Curriculum design for special needs

Push to Improve Performance at Raines, Ribault HS

Library nights increasing parental involvement

Parent’s Involvement in Children’s Education

How Do You Define Parental Involvement?

Tips for a successful school year

Volunteers making difference in classrooms

New OJR volunteer policy examined

Volunteers lend a helping hand to school district

A-Z Guide To Handling Report Cards

PTA drive targets parental involvement

Volunteer background checks costly for SC schools

Fingerprint policy upsets some parents in San Mateo-Foster City school district

SLED bumps up cost of background checks, putting school districts in a jam

Spratley volunteer and mother of five is Virgina PTA award winner

A difference is just waiting to be made

Twenty percent boost in US parents’ plans to volunteer in school classrooms this year


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