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New Webinar! Equity in Education – How States are Leading the Way

Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 3:00pm
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As student populations become increasingly diverse, states are…

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Free webinar to help parents and advocates spot school bullying

On Wednesday, January 11, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law’s Parental Readiness and…

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Collaborative Effort Leads to Exciting New Family Engagement Toolkit

The Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) just released a new family engagement resource…

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Education Advocates are Divided Over DeVos

The debate continues to swirl around President-elect Trump’s choice for Education Secretary, Betsy DeVos, and even…

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Students do better in school when their parents are engaged.

Research from national experts and insights from practitioners confirm the powerful effect of family engagement on children’s learning. Simply put, when parents are truly engaged, children learn more.

Dr. Joyce Epstein and her colleagues find that the best predictor of whether parents are engaged is what schools and teachers do to encourage and support that involvement. (Dauber and Epstein, 1993)

NAFSCE is committed to shining light on high-impact practices that build the capacity of educators and families together to promote children’s learning and development.

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