Parent Involvement Contributes to Results





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Published on Oct 7, 2008

A parent at Parks Middle School in Atlanta describes her involvement at the school and how it contributes to improved results for students. Engaged parents helped Parks change from a chronically failing school to best in the district.

Schools That Work: Voices From the Inside is a video podcast series commissioned by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. It features interviews with people on the ground in successful Casey-supported public schools that beat the odds to provide high quality education to low-income students.

The Annie E. Casey Foundation has worked to build better futures for disadvantaged children and their families in the United States since 1948. Through its education investments, the Foundation helps ensure that young people graduate from school prepared to succeed as adults by supporting quality school choices and strong school/community/family connections.



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