Simple Acts brings parents and educators practical, easy-to-do ideas to involve the whole family in volunteering and helping others in the community.
In this edWebinar, NAEYC’s Susan Friedman and Kara Myers share some key guiding principles for engaging diverse families in and out of the classroom.
Parent involvement means more than getting parents into school. In this edWebinar, learn about getting parents more involved through family literacy.
In this edWebinar, school leaders, teachers, and auxiliary staff will have an opportunity to explore six building blocks of family engagement
Join Common Sense to learn about their Device Free Dinner initiative, including the latest research on media, kids and families.
This webinar will explore the ways in which participatory and enjoyable adult-child music activities can engage parents in their child’s learning, enhance the home learning environment, promote family engagement in school, and support a strong child-teacher-family connection.
Join us as Dr. Ernst explores culturally competent, authentic communication skills and strategies designed to engage families.
In this webinar, participants will explore how creativity connects creative experiences and can deepen opportunities for family engagement.
Did you know one million students are on a waiting list to attend a charter school? Did you know the number of full-time students registered in online education is four times what it was a decade ago? Did you know ten percent of U.S. students attend a private school? You have competition!
In 2013, Panama-Buena Vista Unified School District’s new superintendent made a bold declaration: “We’re going 1-to-1. And we’re going big with 6,000 laptops to be distributed to students.” Once the laptops were purchased