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The Power of Parent Involvement. Less talk and more action. Get parents involved in the Process. Parents need to be involved in the process of developing the plans for Title I in the school. This is reflected in how your application is written. What do parents want for Title I services?

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The power of parent involvement

The Power of Parent Involvement

Less talk and more action


Get parents involved in the process

Get parents involved in the Process

  • Parents need to be involved in the process of developing the plans for Title I in the school. This is reflected in how your application is written.

  • What do parents want for Title I services?

  • What works for them and their children?


Implementation

Implementation

  • Parents need to help implement and support Title I services in their school.

  • They can help by volunteering in school or help with support at home.

  • Do your parents know what curriculum is being used in the school and how Title I integrates with it?


Capacity

Capacity

  • Have you helped build your parents’ capacity to participate in your program?

  • Have you helped build your parents’ capacity to help their child in school?

  • Have you helped build your parents’ capacity to help with homework?

  • Have you helped build your parents’ capacity to be a good parent?


Evaluation

Evaluation

  • Have your parents told you what worked best for their child? Have you incorporated their suggestions in next year’s grant application?

  • Do your parents lead other parents in your school? Do your parents feel comfortable participating in school activities for all programs?


Student achievement improves when

Student Achievement Improves When…

  • The “curriculum of the home” has an average effect on achievement that is twice as large as family socioeconomic status.


Student achievement improves when1

Student Achievement Improves When…

  • Parents are enabled to play 4 key roles in their children’s learning.

    • As teachers

    • As supporters

    • As advocates

    • As decision-makers


Characteristics of families whose children are doing well in school

Characteristics of Families Whose Children are Doing Well in School

  • Establish a daily family routine

  • Monitor out-of-school activities

  • Model the value of learning, self-discipline and hard work

  • Express high but realistic expectations for achievement

  • Encourage children’s development and progress in school


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