This article shares the outcomes of an anonymous parent and family involvement in education survey, with insight from families who speak a language other than English at home. Receiving messages in their home language gives parents access to concrete ways to support their child’s education.
Students rely on social-emotional skills to build relationships with their teachers and peers, make healthy decisions, and navigate social interactions. With the right support, students learn empathy, build relationship skills, and increase their social competence.
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