Home, School, and Community Relations: A Guide to Working with Parents
This updated edition promotes the philosophy that teachers work as partners with parents, and introduces a variety of techniques for establishing effective communication and parent involvement. It addresses the complex diversity of families and teaching situations that exist, sensitizing readers to the pressing needs of today's families and to the importance of involving them in the educational institution that cares for their children.
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