• When parents are involved in their students’ education, those students have higher gradesand test scores, better attendance, and more consistently completed homework.
• If parents do not participate in school events, develop a working relationship with their children’seducators, or keep up with what is happening in their children’s school, then their childrenare more likely to fall behind in academic performance.
• Students whose parents are involved in their education experience show improved behaviorand have lower rates of suspension for disciplinary reasons.
•Students whose parents are involved in their education experience improved communicationwith their teachers and family.
How Parent and Family Involvement Benefits Teachers, Principals, and Schools
Benefits for Teachers and Principals
Benefits for School Quality