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  • Education Coffeehouse
    A trusted source of information on the web since 1999, The Education Coffeehouse is a leader in providing straight talk for parents about their important role in their child's learning, effective classroom management strategies for educators, and real answers for students concerned about education issues.

  • How Parents and Day Care Centers Can Work Together
    As much as possible, day care centers should get parents involved by providing inputs that will give everyone a rewarding experience, especially the young children that they care so much about.

  • NNCC Research: Satisfaction for Providers and Parents
    What leads to parents' and providers' satisfaction with child care? Britner and Phillips (1995) studied the issue. We attempted to improve upon existing research by distinguishing the specific dimensions of care that are associated with satisfaction, including assessments of parent and provider attitudes, and studying satisfaction over time using a short-term longitudinal design.

  • Parental Involvement in Family Childcare: Does It Really Matter?
    Caregivers, teachers, peers, extended family, media, heredity, and the environment all contribute to a child's development; however, parents (if present) are the most powerful influence in the lives of their children.

  • Toddler Cozy Daycare Bedding
    Premium quality bedding for daycare, preschool and home child care environment. Cot and sleep mat covers, toddler blankets, pillows and nap sets. Wholesale pricing direct to all daycare providers and free shipping always.

  • Asian American Parents Association
    AAPA addresses concerns facing our children's K-12 education, provides opportunities for the exchange of ideas on issues related to education, and organizes activities that support student development.

  • Colorado Parent Information and Resource Center
    Colorado Parent Information and Resource Center was created to help families and schools work better together to ensure children succeed in school. CPIRC is a network of statewide organizations and six community agencies representing urban and rural communities working together to: provide parents with information and resources to support them in their efforts to raise healthy, happy and successful children; increase parent participation in schools by helping parents develop their leadership skills and preparing educators for parent involvement in their classrooms; and create a statewide, long-term plan for financing parent involvement and support programs.

  • Commonwealth Institute for Parent Leadership
    The Commonwealth Institute for Parent Leadership, sponsored by the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, brings together parents and others, giving them training, information, and experiences to enable them to work with teachers and other parents to raise student achievement in their home communities.

  • Effective Parenting Educational Resources
    Information on helping children study and get through school.

  • Families in Schools
    Families in Schools (FIS) creates strong school, family and community partnerships to help children become educated, productive and healthy members of their communities.

  • Helping Your Child Succeed in School
    This book is about what we can do in our own homes, right now, that will help our children go to school wanting to learn.

  • Improving Your Child's Learning Ability
    This page provides information related to assisting parents in helping their children and teenagers to improve their learning and study skills. Techniques on how to develop motivation, attention, comprehension, organization and creativity are provided. Information and materials to bring basic skills in reading, math and written language up to or above grade level are also available.

  • Institute for Humanistic Education and Parenting
    The Institute for Humanistic Education and Parenting has helped families raise children with respect, genuine communication, concern for emotional development, mutual accountability rather than punishment, and the possibility of lifelong friendship between parent and child.

  • National Standards for Parent/Family Involvement Programs
    The overall importance of parent and family involvement, as the foundation for all other education reforms, warrants the same consideration and attention as other areas for which national standards are being developed. Therefore, the establishment of standards to guide parent involvement programs and evaluate their quality and effectiveness is crucial.

  • Paraent Link Tech
    Parlant Technology/ParentLink: the leader in school-to-home communication systems that increase parental involvement.

  • Parent Institute
    The mission of The Parent Institute is to encourage parent involvement in the education of their children. The Parent Institute publishes a variety of materials including newsletters, booklets, brochures, and videos.

  • Parents for Education
    Parents for Education (PARED) - initiative of parents and educators to operate schools and other educational projects which assist parents in their task as the primary educators of their children.

  • Parents United for Responsible Education
    Parents United for Responsible Education exists to build support for and enhance the quality of public education in the city of Chicago by informing parents about educational issues, bringing the views of parents into the decision-making process, and acting as an advocate for parents in their relationships with the school administration.

  • Premier: A Franklin Covey Company School Agendas
    Our motto is: "Student Achievement Through School Effectiveness." Our school agendas teach organizational, goal-setting, and time management skills to children of all ages. The level of our agendas range from Kindergarten to college, and incorporate Dr. Steven Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. This product espouses character education!

  • Project Appleseed
    The National Campaign for Public School Improvement, a civic institution for the 21st century.

  • The National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education (NCPIE)
    Effective parent/family involvement programs match the needs of school and community. NCPIE works to build comprehensive family-school partnerships that encompass a wide variety of approaches.

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