Thursday, October 22, 2009

House calls can improve parental involvement, student grades

Some Massachusetts teachers are following a national trend of making house calls in an effort to improve teacher-parent relationships. Educators at schools that have implemented the visits -- which teachers are paid for -- say that parental involvement and student grades have gone up. The Boston Globe

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