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Former NYC teacher, Consultant, Creator and writer of EdGeeks.com

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Your ideas only make this article stronger! Yes, we must keep our students at the forefront of everything we do and all of your ideas are fantastic Lynedah. Bridging the gap between home and school must place heavy emphasis on the child. Thanks for sharing.

Former NYC teacher, Consultant, Creator and writer of EdGeeks.com

Thanks so much Alyssa.

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Sorry it has taken so long to get back to you...technical difficulties:) I am so glad that you found the ideas useful, but more importantly that you yourself are actively supporting your little ones by working with their families. Thanks for all you do in Minneapolis!

1/2 Montessori Teacher from Minneapolis

I always tell my parents that

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I always tell my parents that we are working together as a team for their child's education. I whole-heartedly agree with you on the importance of parent involvement. I really appreciate your ideas on how to get parents more involved in their child's education!

let's get the student voice involved as well

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I firmly believe that the parent support is essential, however I would like to see ideas coming from the students. the students could prepare invitations to invite the parents to an event. The studens could teach a small group of parents something that they have expertise in. The students can have discussions about something that they do at home with their parent that really helps their learning process. Let's keep the students at the forefront in all that we do.

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