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By using strategies that address these two main goals, the home-school partnership that supports and protects students can be strengthened. Family Engagement 5 is the last in a five-part series.
Let’s look at the reasons parents and schools might have trouble working together to provide the sex education children and adolescents need. Family Engagement 4 is the fourth in a five-part series.
With all the benefits of family engagement related to sex education, schools are wise to forge a strong home-school partnership that will keep children and adolescents safe and healthy. Family Engagement 3 is the third in a five-part series.
Anticipating these possible times when parents and teachers clash can help everyone work together more smoothly. Family Engagement 2 is the second in a five-part series.
Parents and teachers share similar goals for children/students, and that is a key to partnership. Family Engagement 1 is the first in a five-part series.