Parental Involvement Helping your child Succeed

As children get older, parents tend to slack off on their responsibility to be involved in their children's education.

Parents have a great responsibility to be involved in their children's education.

Although sometimes it may be frustrating, There are many benefits for the children as well as the parents.

The first benefit to parental involvement is that children remain active in extracurricular activities.

Parents are a huge part in their children's participation in sports.

Secondly, parental involvement improves children's reading skills.

Parents influence their children to be better readers.

Lastly, children receive higher test scores and ultimately higher grades when their parents are an active part of their education.

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Created with images by keijj44 - "volleyball team girls together" • EaglebrookSchool - "Spring 2003 Varsity Baseball Team." • US Department of Education - "Latino Read 955" • Pezibear - "person human child"

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