Each program involves parent participation to some degree.
The years after the war saw a tremendous growth in curriculum enrichment and parent participation.
If the mayor really wanted to promote parent participation, he would create multiple spaces for parents at the policy-making table.
We haven't had that same type of parent participation, not just at 166, but the majority of schools in the district.
To support education, it trains teachers, improves schools, and encourages parent participation in education.
This, along with the already large parent participation in school activities, organizations, and events, provided for even more parental involvement in each student's education.
And parent participation, in everything from helping create projects to leading required dinner table conversation, is mandatory.
Also, we gave parents a say and that resulted in increased parent participation.
The department also said it had no data on parent participation in recent parent association elections.
We went through a period in the late 60's and 70's when Federal programs demanded parent participation.