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Parent Involvement in Preschool - Free Parenting Resources

Advice about Parent Co-operative Preschools

From the Berkely Parents Network.  Featuring advice and information about parent co-op preschools in a Q&A format.

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Parent Power Booklet

From the U.S. Department of Education. "By adopting the principles and taking the steps indicated for each age group, you will be able to help your child learn at each step of the way and ensure success in school and in life."

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Questions Parents Ask About Schools

The research-based tips in this publication provide both practical guidance and valuable information about a range of topics, including: preparing your child for school; knowing what to expect from your child’s kindergarten teacher; monitoring school work; working with schools and teachers effectively; helping your child with reading and homework; and ensuring that your child’s school is safe and  drug-free.  Provided by the US Department of Education. Also in Spanish.

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“You'll find information for parents on the educational issues affecting your child in every grade level — from preschool through high school. Find homework help, skill-building tips in every school subject, educational printables and worksheets, plus advice on report cards and talking with the teacher.”

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Tips for Parents: Expectations

How parents' and teachers' expectations for a child become a self-fulfilling prophecy.

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Tips for Parents: Parent Involvement

Understand why parent involvement is essential to academic success and ways you can get involved.

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Tips for Parents: Parental Involvement Makes a Difference in School Success

Recent research from the Harvard Graduate School of Education proves that parental involvement makes a significant different in a child's school success.

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Tips for Parents: Your Role in School Success

Learn how to get involved in your child's education in effective ways. Includes homework DOs and DONTs, and 10 questions to ask your child about their day at school.

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