No Child Left Behind: Parent Involvement. Constance Webster, PhD Office of Student Achievement and Accountability. What you need to do to be in compliance:.
Constance Webster, PhD
Office of Student Achievement and Accountability
At the beginning of each school year, LEAs must notify parents of each student attending a Title I, Part A school of their right to request information about the qualifications of both the teachers and paraprofessionals who teach their children, whether the teacher has met State qualifications and licensing criteria.
Earn high grades and test scores, and enroll in higher-level programs;
Pass their classes, earn credits, and be promoted;
Attend school regularly; and
Graduate and go on to postsecondary education.
Recommendation #1Recognize that all parents, regardless of income, education level or cultural background, are interested in their children’s learning and want their children to do well in school.
A theme throughout all research studies indicate that relationships are key. Building of relationships must be intentional and consistent.
members understand that the responsibility of children’s
educational developmentis a collaborative enterprise.