Empowering Families - Building Communities
Research demonstrates that parent/family involvement significantly contributes to improved student outcomes. The Parent Involvement Board (PIB) is designed to change the norms in Title I school communities by empowering Parents and providing access to evidence based advocacy and learning options to improve their child's outcomes in distressed school environments.
STEM-CTE for Parents
The notion that parents come to school only when invited is outdated. Parents and families need to be thought of as partners who share responsibility in children's learning and academic success.
PIBs recognize that Parents are a child's first teacher and the American family is changing.
The most promising opportunity for student achievement occurs when families, schools, and community organizations work together.
Effective programs assist parents in creating a home environment that fosters learning and provides support and encouragement for their children's success
Just as parents have hopes and goals for their children Parenting can open opportunities for adult reflection and may provide new insights on personal goals for each parent.
The PIB community formation process allows for Parents to engage in adult education opportunities that allow Parents to build their income potential.
Parent Involvment Board
Building Capacity for Parent Involvement
Increasing parental involvement at the district and school level is serious business. As a past School Board Member of a school district with many Title I Schools, I recognize that fostering collaboration and communication between districts and schools around parental involvement requires a clear strategy, resources and outside support.
Tichi Pinkney Eppes
NMTC Senior Fellow
PIB Formation - WHY?
Parents are the central contributor to a child's education. PIBs bring voice to the fact that Parent Involvement must be a legitimate element of education and is a process not a program of activities.
Most barriers to Parent Involvement are found within school practices. They are not found with parents. PIBs facilitate connection, particularly for those hard to reach Parents. PIBs serve to strengthen the bond between home and school, parent and teacher, parent and school, school and community.
ESSA Every Student Succeeds Act
ESSA requires that states establish college-and career-ready standards and maintain high expectations when assessing all students against those standards. For schools that receive Title I funds the law mandates in SEC.1118. PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT
A local educational agency may receive funds under this part only if such agency implements programs, activities, and procedures for the involvement of parents in programs assisted under this part consistent with this section. Such programs, activities, and procedures shall be planned and implemented with meaningful consultation with parents of participating children.
National Parent Involvement Board Engagement Series
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In an effort to build and fuel our economy, NMTC has developed 20 Regions and 40 local Districts DEAL Centers across the America. Each month NMTC will visit communities to engage leadership and ensure programs like the Parent Involvement Board are successfully implemented.
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