- I'll eventually be adding many to the appropriate parent engagement "Best" list. You can find them all here.
- — Kathleen Sokolowski (@MrsSokolowski)Thu, Aug 10 2017 13:13:42#pb10for10 Books to Spark Written Conversation with Families https://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/courage-doesnt-always-roar-a-teachers-quest-14850279/pb10for10-books-to-spark-written-conversation-5802357299 … on @bloglovin
- — Starr Sackstein (@mssackstein)Thu, Aug 10 2017 12:00:34@Joe_Mazza shares some tips for getting dads more involved http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/work_in_progress/2017/08/guest_post_dads_must_step_up_m.html?override=web …
- — Writing Project (@writingproject)Thu, Aug 03 2017 21:50:10
- — Matt Barnum (@matt_barnum)Mon, Jul 24 2017 18:51:40Giving families money so they're not poor reduces poverty (by definition) and improves kids' academic outcomes https://www.cbpp.org/research/poverty-and-inequality/economic-security-programs-help-low-income-children-succeed-over …
August's (2017) Useful Parent Engagement Resources – Part One
I'm way behind in posting resources on my parent engagement blog. Instead of publishing individual posts, I'll just be sharing a bi-weekly or monthly list of useful links.
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