5 Family Engagement Strategies from School District Leaders

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Cheerful Lady teacher helping to teenage girl during supplementary education at private school

We know that parents are the experts on their children. Yet, school district leaders know that effectively and equitably engaging families is far from simple.

When families are engaged in school, their children are more likely to succeed. At a more holistic level, many studies support the importance of partnerships among families, schools, and the broader community. Educators and administrators also play a role in making family-school partnerships work.

When schools elevate families as true partners in their child’s education, their students benefit significantly.

Here are five examples of how several school districts are empowering parents as co-creators in their child’s educational journey on the Panorama Education website. Panorama is an educational support tool that understands how data plays a powerful role in improving school climate and culture, teaching and learning, family and community engagement, and students’ social-emotional learning.

Larry Levenson
Larry Levenson
Larry Levenson is a co-founder of Circle Dynamics Group and a national leader in training adults across the country in emotional intelligence and the power of discussion circles for teens. He has a Master's degree in Human Development.

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