A Parent’s Role. An African Proverb says…. "It takes a village to raise a child.". How Important is a Parent in the Educational Process?. 1. 86% of the general public believes that support from parents is the most important way to improve the schools.
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"It takes a village to raise a child."
1. 86% of the general public believes that support from parents is the most important way to improve the schools.
5. The more intensely parents are involved, the more beneficial the achievement effect.
6. When parents are involved students have:
Parents are crucial to the success
of an anti-bullying program.
The S.T.A.M.P. Out Bullying program is especially designed to educate and equip children and adults with a five-point strategy, focusing on WHAT to do with the intended outcome of empowering victims and by-standers. That process includes empowerment via the research-validated acronym:
Avoid bad situations.
1. Empowerment (continued)
1. School-wide definition of bullying
1. Punitive – aimed at hurting or punishing targeted individuals.
Harm to another’s body or property
Harm to another’s
Harm to another’s
Students who are targets of bullies are empowered by the elements of the S.T.A.M.P. acronym, enabling self-prevention and intervention measures.
Students who choose bullying behaviors have external incentive to adopt new behaviors by means of strict and consistent consequences.