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National standards for family-school partnerships

National standards for family-school partnerships

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Families and school staff work together to promote students’ learning and healthy growth at home and at school, and they are given daily opportunities to enhance their knowledge and skills.
This guide will help organizers put programs and policies in place that promote family-school partnerships. It can assist organizers in educating their communities about the value of family engagement and directing the creation of productive partnerships when used in conjunction with the supporting tools. These materials are most effective when used after the creation of a family engagement action team. Parents, other caregivers and family members, school administrators, community members, and even students may be part of this team.

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The aim of parent and family involvement is to work with families to form strong and meaningful relationships that will benefit children and their families. These collaborations are based on long-term, constructive, and goal-oriented relationships with families. Mutual respect and trust underpin the relationships. They are often formed over time as a result of repeated interactions between workers and families.
Families’ attributes are emphasized in successful relationships. They are based on a mutual responsibility to the child’s progress and well-being. Mutually friendly partnerships are formed as relationships between workers and families become stronger. Families and children benefit from strong relationships that result in substantive and long-term change.
Learn why it’s important to form meaningful, goal-oriented relationships with your family. Examine the significance of these ties in successful parent, family, and community involvement, as well as school readiness. For reflective practice and supervision, find key concepts, methods, and guides.

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PTA has revised its National Standards for Parent/Family Participation Programs to represent new research and strengthen parent and community involvement activities, in collaboration with leading experts on parent involvement and school-community partnerships.
The revised National Standards turn the emphasis away from what schools can do to include parents and onto what parents, schools, and communities should do together to help students succeed. The standards have been renamed the National Standards for Family-School Partnerships to reflect this change.
Families and school staff work together to encourage students’ learning and healthy growth at home and at school, and they are given daily opportunities to improve their knowledge and skills.

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Higher teacher morale, more parent engagement, and better student achievement are only a few of the advantages of family-school-community collaborations. That’s why PTA created the National Standards for Family-School Partnerships Implementation Guide, a tool for motivating people to collaborate with the goal of strengthening family-school partnerships and increasing student achievement.
This guide will help organizers put programs and policies in place that promote family-school partnerships. It can assist organizers in educating their communities about the value of family engagement and directing the creation of productive partnerships when used in conjunction with the supporting tools. These materials are most effective when used after the creation of a family engagement action team. Parents, other caregivers and family members, school administrators, community members, and even students may be part of this team.