Public school parents are less satisfied with their child’s schools than private and charter parents, according to a new Rice University study.
New research suggests that to boost student performance, districts need to find simple ways to inform parents.
As the threat of youth suicide grows, more schools look for ways to have bold conversations about a previously taboo subject.
School districts look for new ways to excite students and teachers as they return to the classroom.
A new report shows a widening gap between how parents perceive their children’s performance in school and what students are actually achieving.
Kent School District in Washington uses in-person conversations to engage parents. But new research also suggests that schools need to do more to engage parents who can’t attend traditional meetings.
In today’s always-on environment, school communicators need to develop continuous, ongoing strategies to engage students, parents, and community members.
Los Angeles Unified school district hopes a new advisory task force can ensure stronger community engagement and new strategies for progress.
States across the country are considering new laws that would require schools to notify parents when their child is bullied. But the debate is not as cut-and-dried as you might think.
In search of better ways to engage parents, schools experiment with a new hands-on approach to parent-teacher conferences.