Students, teachers, parents, and school leaders throughout the country are celebrating some of their favorite books this week–and making student voice a priority.
At Fayette County Schools, superintendent Emmanuel Caulk relies on strong partnerships to boost parent involvement and student engagement.
New research suggests that to boost student performance, districts need to find simple ways to inform parents.
Recent Education Week poll finds big gap between low-income and high-income parents in how involved they are in their child’s school.
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.