The importance of parents in powering remote learning is vital, and they will only grow more critical as we venture into the summer. But just as it goes with our students, there’s no one-size-fits-all way to engage parents—approaches vary depending on a multitude of factors about the adult, the child and the at-home situation. As we transition into an unprecedented summer of learning, we’ll discuss how educators can create systems of structure, support and parent partnership that set students up for success in the fall.
LEAP Facilitator: Kristin Eng, Senior Manager of School Supports
Mimi Rodman, Executive Director, Stand for Children
Tommorrow Synder, Regional Organizing Director, Stand for Children
Emily Amick, Director of Professional Learning, PowerMyLearning
Melissa Sweazy, Principal, ACERO Santiago Elementary School