New Report: Leverage Points for Parents and Community Leaders
Posted by on January 10, 2003
[Public Eduaction Network]
A new report from Parent Leadership Associates and the National Coalition of Parents in Education (NCPIE) identifies six key leverage points for parents to use in advocating for quality education for all children. At each point, schools and districts must respond to parents’ priorities and concerns. Knowing where these are and how to use them will be critical to building strong parent involvement and a more effective Title I program.
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