Family engagement is a critical component in shaping students’ academic success. When families are actively involved in their child’s education, students tend to have higher academic achievement, better attendance, and a more positive attitude towards school. That’s why we focus our work at ParentPowered on engaging all families and breaking down any cultural or linguistic barriers that could stand in the way. We want to support you in doing this essential work. With this in mind, we’ve compiled articles and resources to harness the power of family engagement to drive student success.
Looping Parents in To Drive Student Success & Culture
Don’t miss this lively training on using parent feedback to drive student success. You’ll hear experts share best practices for gathering and analyzing feedback while minimizing bias. Discover how to create a feedback loop that fosters a culture of positive and sustainable change. You can also earn CE credits for attending!
Reads Worth Your Time
Building a Multi-Tiered Approach to Family Engagement
Ohio Statewide Family Engagement Center
Dr. Boone and Hadley Bachman from the Ohio Statewide Family Engagement Center share key insights into using a tiered approach to family engagement planning. This video and resources are essential for school administrators or individual school staff to plan how to engage all families.
Family Boosts Literacy and Math
Anna Merod, K-12 Dive
The US Department of Education’s first session in their Family Engagement Learning Series explored the importance of parent-teacher collaboration to enhance student success. Research suggests that home-school partnerships result in higher grades, test scores, attendance, and graduation rates.
Family and Community Engagement Resources
Using Family Feedback to Increase Outcomes
Custom messages and family surveys can make a huge difference and allow you to have full feedback with your families.
Family School Partnerships Make Learning Possible
Family and school collaboration is essential to improve education outcomes. Read on to learn how to create great family school partnerships.