Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The Importance of Parental Involvement In Schools

Recent studies show that effectiely engaging parents in their children's education creates more change thatn any educational reform. Children with parents who are actively involved in their education achieve higher grades and standardize test scores, behave better in class, have more self-confidence, and tend to enjoy learning throughout life.

Too many parents feel it is totally up to the school to educate and socialize their child. The school does the best they can while the child is with them. The average child spends 180 days a year in schoo for approximately seven hours a day, totaling 7,500 hour a year your child does not spend in school. How children spend their time outside of the classroom deeply impacts his quality of learning. The parents' challenge is to make the most of your child's education away from school.


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