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It is imperative that parents become and/or remain involved in their child's education as he or she transitions into high school.
As parents and teachers, we must create a more seamless family engagement path, a way into and out of high school so families remain engaged throughout their teen's high school grades.
Join us this Wednesday night (9PM EST / 6PM PST) as parents and educators discuss family engagement strategies geared toward secondary schools.
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Posted on April 30, 2012 by Joe Mazza
Joe Mazza is an elementary principal at Knapp Elementary School in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is also a doctoral learner at the University of Pennsylvania studying technology's impact on home-school partnerships. You can follow Joe on Twitter @Joe_Mazza and participate in a weekly #PTchat (Parent-Teacher Chat) he hosts on Wednesdays at 9PM EST. He also writes a blog aimed to share innovative family engagement ideas for schools called eFACE Today.
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