5 Ways To Build Bridges With Families To Support Students
Decades of research shows that parent and guardian engagement in children’s education is closely connected with improved academic performance, behavior and well-being.
As districts grapple with learning that was lost during the COVID-19 pandemic and an unprecedented mental health crisis among children and adolescents, it’s become more important than ever for schools to work together with families to provide the support students need.
In this playbook, you’ll learn five ways your district can work with families. They include:
Prioritizing positive, personalized and open lines of communication.
Defining success for your district to guide interactions.
Letting the bridges you build with parents carry you through difficult conversations.