Parent involvement is a crucial force in children’s development, learning, and success at school and in life. Decades of research has supported the simple fact that children of involved parents have a much greater chance to develop into healthy, knowledgeable, responsible, and caring adults.
As parents become more involved in their child’s school, they begin to develop more confidence in the school. As a result, parents develop more confidence not only about helping their children provide space learn at home, but about themselves as parents. Following are the outcomes or results of parent involvement: Parent Involvement
- Leads to improved educational performance of the kids.
- Fosters better student classroom behavior.
- Improves school attendance.
- Creates a better understanding of the roles and relationship between and among the parent-student-school triad.
- Improves student emotional well-being.