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Parent Engagement: Evidence on Impact

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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Effectively engaging parents is an area for focus and growth among many of the community organizations that partner with schools to expand learning opportunities. This new review of research evidence on parent engagement (first in a series of evidence reviews to be published by TASC) highlights three key variables that affect how parents interact with schools. Those include parents’ self-efficacy in offering support; their expectations and aspirations for the future of their children; and their perceptions of their schools’ receptivity to involvement.

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