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Pushing Parent Involvement

The Sound of Ideas
Tuesday, November 30, 2010 at 9:00 am
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In Cleveland, teams of administrators are delivering alarm clocks to the homes of chronically truant students. In Michigan, a county prosecutor proposes jailing parents who repeatedly miss teacher conferences. Educators agree that students do better in school when their parents are involved, whether that means assuring their attendance, monitoring their homework or meeting with their teachers. But what happens when parents are absent from their kids' schooling? Does coaxing or compelling them to be involved actually work? And should schools take more responsibility for connecting with parents? Getting parents to pay attention to school, Tuesday at 9 on the Sound of Ideas.

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Cathy Whitehouse, Principal and Chief Educator, The Intergenerational School
David Quolke, President, Cleveland Teachers Union

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