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Title I Schoolwide Program Schools and School Improvement: High Expectations for Parental Involvement An LEA Resource Virginia Department of Education Richmond, Virginia. Keys to Successful Schools. PARENTS. Throughout Title I.

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Title I Schoolwide Program Schoolsand School Improvement:High Expectations for Parental InvolvementAn LEA ResourceVirginia Department of EducationRichmond, Virginia



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Throughout Title I

  • Schools should afford parents a meaningful opportunity to participate in the education of their children at home and at school.

  • All parents can contribute to their children’s success by helping at home and by becoming partners with teachers so that children can achieve high standards.

  • Parents should be active members of School Improvement Teams.


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Title I Schoolwide Program Schools...

Recognize the Importance of ParentalInvolvement

in the School.

Strategies to increase parental involvement must be included in the school’s plan for academic success.


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How Can Parents Help Plan for a School’s Academic Success?

Needs Assessment

From the Parent’s Perspective

  • How does the school function?

  • What are the school’s strengths and weaknesses?

  • Can you divide them into staff, learning time, environment, building, resources, etc..


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Parents Can Express their High Expectations

  • A good school plan will havestrategiesthat will provide opportunities for all children to meet high standards.

  • Concerned parents will support division efforts to hire highly qualified professional staff.

  • Involved parents will understand the need for professional development for all staff.


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Parents’ High Expectations (cont..)

  • Concerned parents will support plans for assisting preschool children in moving from early childhood programs to elementary schools.

  • Involved parents will understand that teachers have a variety of ways of assessing student progress and that discussing results with parents is important.

  • Concerned parents will insist that students who have difficulty meeting high standards will receive additional assistance.



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Schoolwide Programs: Serving Needs of all Children

Do we have children who may fall in unique categories?

  • English as a Second Language

  • Gifted and Talented

  • Retained

  • Difficulty Mastering Daily Lessons

  • Latch Key Kids



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  • Math Science Programs

  • Theater Arts

  • Drug Prevention Programs

  • Field Trip Opportunities

  • Gifted and Talented Program

  • Mentorship Programs

  • School / Business / Community Partnerships

  • Social Services

  • Before- and After-School Programs

  • Head Start and Even Start Programs

  • Tutorial Programs

  • Special Incentive / Reward Programs


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Schoolwide Programs: Daring To Be Different and Creative

  • May increase the amount of learning time;

  • May include measures to address special needs of historically underserved; populations--girls and women, for example;

  • May support team teaching strategies;

  • May stress college preparation courses and career development in middle and high school.


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Schoolwide Programs:Encouraging Teacher - Parent Conferences

  • Teachers want parents to help decide the approaches needed to assist their children.

  • Teachers want parents to suggest resources outside of the school that may be helpful.

  • Teachers want parents to maintain regular contact with them.



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TITLE I SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT


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What Do We Do Then?

Let’s Take Another

Look at Our School.


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Parents Can Express their High Expectations

  • A good school plan will havestrategiesthat will provide opportunities for all children to meet high standards.

  • Concerned parents will support division efforts to hire highly qualified professional staff.

  • Involved parents will understand the need for professional development for all staff.

  • A concerned school will conduct a comprehensive needs assessment.


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Parents’ High Expectations (cont..)

  • Concerned parents will support plans for assisting preschool children in moving from early childhood programs to elementary schools.

  • Involved parents will understand that teachers have a variety of ways of assessing student progress and that discussing results with parents is important.

  • Concerned parents will insist that students who have difficulty meeting high standards will receive additional assistance.


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Revise the Plan. Keep the High Expectations.

  • Improved Strategies for At-risk Learners

  • Additional Staff Development

  • Better Integration of Programs

  • Extension of Academic Learning Time

  • Hiring of Additional Staff

  • Improved Evaluation Techniques

  • Increased Parental Involvement


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