The Department of Education is proud to announce the launch of a new parent web page that provides resources aimed at parent and family engagement. This new addition to ED’s site is an excellent resource for those interested in learning more and getting involved in their child’s education. To make it even simpler, here’s a list of some of the great things this new page has to offer:
Find links to posts on ED’s Homeroom Blog that deal specifically with parents, families, and engagement.
2. Email Updates
Enter your email address to receive updates from ED’s parent engagement team.
3. Parent and Family Involvement Topics
The parent page provides a list of links to a number of parent and family involvement topics, such as special education, college, bullying, Promise Neighborhoods, and more.
4. Further Resources
Click on any of the links below the Resources subheading to learn about how to collaborate with ED or to participate in family engagement in other ways, like ED webinars or parent forums. You will also see links to our publications and newsletters focused on parents and families, such as Parent Power and Engaging Families.
Get started today by visiting www.ed.gov/parent-and-family-engagement.
Alexandra Strott is a student at Middlebury College and an intern in ED’s Office of Communications and Outreach