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Parental Involvement in Schools and Education IS Essential

OneWorld Progressive Institute Presents: EDUCATION AGENDA -
Parental Involvement in Schools and Education IS Essential

The education of children is a collaborative (team) effort.  If you drop your child off at school and have no input or knowledge of what is happening at school, you are not holding up your end.  It's your responsibility to see to it that home work is done; that field assignments are completed in a timely manner; that your child gets the help he/she needs.
Do You Know What Is Going on In Your Child’s School?
• Do You Know How Equipped Your Child is for the 21st Century?
• Do YOU KNOW with Which Social Groups Your Child Is Involved?
• Does Your Child Participate in Bullying Others? Is your Child Being Bullied?

Does your child have specific concerns about school?  Are those concerns being addressed?

Learn how to get answers to these and other questions from OneWorld’s latest blog. Read it here:  http://oneworldpi.org/blog/archives/3293

Parental Involvement in the Nurturing of a Child’s Education and Overall Development is One of the Core Indicators of Later Achievement.

It is through this involvement that children understand and appreciate the importance of a solid education.

Parental involvement is, but not limited to, reading together, asking the children about their day at school and their performance in each subject, assisting with homework and projects, tutoring with materials and instruments provided by the school, regular communication with teachers for feedback on the child’s progress, and being actively involved in school activities through volunteering and attending school functions and meetings.

In the picture to the left is Grade-one student Abigail Meghoo smiles after performing a skit during a literacy fair at Independence City Primary School in Portmore, St Catherine, recently. – Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer.

OneWorld Progressive Institute, Inc., is a small group of committed volunteers who produce community information and education television programs on health literacy, education and civic engagement.  We also find good information and post informative blogs about issues we believe shine light and are beneficial to many in our communities.  Learn more about us at our web site: www.oneworldpi.org/  and visit our web education section at:  http://goo.gl/u9g7z4  We focus on Education at every level.

Please share our information with others.  Watch our informative television programs on your public access channels: Frontier (formerly AT&T), Channel 99, drop down; Charter Communications Chan. 21, and Comcast (Optimum) Channels 10, 15, 18 & 26.

http://www.youtube.com/user/oneworldpi/videos - OneWorld’s YouTube – See us on: https://www.facebook.com/pages/OneWorld-Progressive-Institute-Inc/151551484879941

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Comment by N'Zinga Shani on September 13, 2015 at 12:05am

The complete blog post about Parental Involvement being Essential,  with several reference videos, can be found on the OneWorld web blog at:  http://oneworldpi.org/blog/archives/3293

We ask you to read and share it widely.  As schools try to implement the Common Core Education Standards, it is more important than ever that parents are involved and understand what is happening.  We at OneWorld appreciate your support and cooperation.  Please visit the OneWorld web site at:  www.oneworldpi.org  to learn much more about what we do to contribute to the GNH community.  N'Zinga Shäni

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