What We’re Watching: Who is Responsible for a Student’s Success: Parents or Teachers?



By 07/21/2017

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In this 60-second video produced by AEI, Rick Hess argues that a partnership is necessary for success. He describes how KIPP charter schools ask teachers, parents, and students to sign a contract in which they all take responsibility for whether the student succeeds.

In an article for Education Next, June Kronholz looks at teacher home visits, another strategy for improving relations betweens schools and families to boost academic achievement.

— Education Next




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