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Collaboration Between Families & Schools

Research tells us that increasing a family’s engagement in their children’s education is one way to increase student success. Although our project, “Enhancing Collaborative Relationships between Families and Schools” has ended, CPAC’s commitment to this work remains. CPAC continues to be a resource to families and schools to help build positive relationships at the individual, school or district level.

School district staff are encouraged to call CPAC to talk about how we can support their efforts to increase family engagement in their children’s learning. Families are also encouraged to call to find out how they can become more effectively involved in their child’s education.

More Information

  • Why Family Engagement?

    Learn why and how family engagement is an important part of building collaborative relationships between families and schools.

  • How Can Parents Be Involved

    Learn how parents can be involved in school improvement.

  • Practices and Tools for Schools

    Looking for ideas for your school? View the activities, tools and practices being implemented in other districts.

  • Helpful Resources

    Looking for more information? Visit the links provided to read several articles and publications on family engagement.

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