Educators and families are inspiring us with how they are reimagine learning and engagement. We know you will be, too.
Parent input and feedback has never been more critical to school planning. You need to know what parents are thinking and feeling. Learn survey-based family feedback strategies get the input you really need, in a way that ensures parents feel heard.
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we joined the South Dakota Statewide Family Engagement Center (SDSFEC) in sharing practical strategies for putting trauma-informed family engagement research into practice.
130,000 parents. 150 organizations. What we learned from our largest survey yet.
“We’ve got to help.” Those four words captured how the whole ParentPowered team. Passionate about helping families support healthy childhood development, every member of our team asked the same question: how are we going to help?
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“Mom, I don’t think I can do that.”
His comment was eye opening. And when I had time to reflect on it, I realized, “Why would I expect my kids to behave, at home, like they do in school?”
Learn our strategies and practical tips for motivating at-home learning and ensuring your communications are read.
We’re excited to launch our new blog to give you more insight into questions we’re constantly exploring and what we’re hearing from the field.
It began with a request from a small rural coastal town. They needed a new way to support families facing some of the biggest challenges. Their community was experiencing trauma at a higher rate than the surrounding towns.