Parental Involvement in School
Studies have indicated that children whose parents and/or other significant adults share in their formal education tend to do better in school. Some benefits that have been identified that measure parental involvement in education include:
At the most basic level, parents can begin encouraging the education of their children by showing that they truly value education themselves and that they pay attention to schooling matters.
This article is an excerpt from a University of Illinois posting online.
"In this complex world, it takes more than a good school to educate children. And it takes more than a good home. It takes these two major educational institutions working together."
Dorothy Rich, Author of MegaSkills