What Parents Should Know about Their Schools – Podcast Episode 66 | Classnotes Podcast 66
Classnotes Podcast (February 17, 2010) There are multiple ways parents can be involved with their child’s school to support academic achievement. The key is for schools to engage with parents and work collaboratively with them. IDRA senior education associate, Rogelio López del Bosque, Ed.D., lists four questions he asks parents to explore to move from the theoretical to the practical work of supporting their school’s teaching and learning. Dr. López is interviewed by Aurelio Montemayor , M.Ed., director of the IDRA Texas Parent Information and Resource Center.
Show length: 18:51
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