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Building Family-School Partnerships That Work

The evidence is in: when schools and families work together to support learning, everyone benefits.

  • Students do better in school and in life. They are more likely to earn higher grades and test scores, graduate from high school, and go on to higher education.
  • Parents become empowered. Parents develop confidence by helping their children learn at home. Many go on to further their own education and become active in the community.
  • Teacher morale improves. Teachers who work with families expect more from students and feel a stronger connection to and support from the community.
  • Schools get better. When parents are involved at home and at school, in ways that make them full partners, the performance of all children in the school tends to improve.
  • Communities grow stronger. Families feel more invested in the school system, and the school system becomes more responsive to parent and community needs.

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