The Parent Community Partnership Program seeks to form partnerships with parents in order to promote student achievement.
The No Child Left Behind Title I Law mandates meaningful consultation between parents and school districts. According to the law, each local education agency (LEA) and each school that receives Title I funds must jointly develop, and distribute to parents, a written parental involvement policy.
Parent involvement is important to student achievement. With the partnership, schools will provide various services and support of parents through its efforts with LSCs and other parent organizations.
Parental involvement means the participation of parents in regular, two-way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning and other school activities, including:
- Playing an integral role in assisting in their child’s learning.
- Being actively involved in their child’s education.
- Becoming full partners in decision-making and on advisory committees.
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