The evidence is clear. Parents make a difference. And the way they contribute most to their children's education is through what they do at home. Being a parent can be challenging, but the good news is that you don't have to be "volunteer of the year" or an expert on the War of 1812 to help your child succeed at school.
Click below to read People For Education's Tips for Helping Your Child Succeed in School:
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Read People for Education's report on parent involvement, "Doing What Matters Most: How Parents Can Help Their Children Succeed in School". It provides a background on all the research behind this tip sheet.