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As a parent or caregiver, you have a key role in your child’s education—you can help bridge your child’s transition from home to school, and give him or her the best chance at success in learning and in life. While your child’s education begins at home, this tool provides you with a set of...
Dads partner with their child's teacher by visiting at least once a month, in person, or over the phone. Involved fathers help their children succeed in the classroom and do their best with their teachers. This tip sheet offers five ways dads can make a difference. (Author abstract modified)
Tired of hearing "fine" when you ask about your kids' days? Get creative with these questions from the National Center for Fathering. (Author abstract modified)
It is important to identify, discuss, and include accommodations and modifications necessary to meet the specific needs of a student in an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Students who receive services under a 504 Plan also need the same kind of individual attention to their plans for...