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Parent-Teacher Partnerships.

Check out these great resources for communication between students' parents and their teachers. :)

Back to School Night is often the first interaction a teacher has with parents and guardians. Here's a helpful checklist for educators of five must-haves for this special night.

One of the primary things you need to work on especially during these first weeks of school is setting up an agenda or a plan of work on how you want to go about communicating with the parents of your students.

While each school community is unique, there's a wide range of digital tools to keep parents involved when face-to-face communication isn't possible.

Chart to help parents decide what kind of help is appropriate on a school project. Free printable version too!

Experts agree that parent involvement in education is one of the biggest predictors of student success. So where can parents begin? We've compiled a list of articles, videos, and other resources to help you engage productively with your kids' teachers and school.

Beyond Parent-Teacher Conferences: Creating Connections that Last

Families, Fun, and Engineering: Building Community Relationships through STEM | Minds in Bloom

19 Proven Tips for Getting Parents Involved at School | Edutopia and GreatSchools.

Dr. Joe Mazza recommends several resources for Twitter support for educators and parents.

For parents----understanding assessment and how to help your child prepare.

8 Tips for Reaching Out to Parents from high school teacher David Cutler.

Good research and facts around the effect of parental involvement on academic achievement from TeachThought.

[Infographic] Discover how parent classroom volunteers support the learning environment.

  • Suzanne Rogers

    ♥ this. A parents investment in their children's school is better than their money.

[Download] Great guide for home-to-school connections. Learn how to strengthen the bonds between schools, families, and communities for student learning and success.

Check out this study by Volunteer Spot and We Are Teachers that shows the critical gaps between teacher needs and parent involvement.

Joe Mazza recommended this book as a "must read" for anyone wanting to create a strong home-to-school partnership. "Beyond the Bake Sale: The Essential Guide to Family/school Partnerships"