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DON"T PANIC

New Home-to-School Connections Guide

Posted by jcmaziquemd on October 17, 2010

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Home-to-School Connections Guide

Dear Edutopia Friend,

Communication between home and school is getting better everyday. New technologies have opened the classroom doors, creating more opportunities for parents, teachers, and students to connect.

Our latest free resource guide, Home-to-School Connections Guide: Tips, Tech Tools, and Strategies for Improving Family-to-School Communication, is filled with resources and ideas for building and strengthening the bonds between schools, families, and communities. For educators and parents alike, this guide provides tools for seizing the digital moment or bringing the conversation home through 10 top tips for nurturing collaboration and partnerships.

Please take a moment to download our Home-to-School Connections Guide, and share it with your colleagues, classroom parents, and district leaders. You can also download our guide to your iPad and other mobile devices, making it easy to have the tips and tools you need at your fingertips!

From tips on how to "Build Parent Partnerships" to "Make Reading a Family Affair," our new guide is full of strategies to help you improve student engagement and learning.

So please take advantage of our special Home-to-School Connections Guide and share it with others in your community.

Sincerely,

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Cindy Johanson
Executive Director
The George Lucas Educational Foundation
Publisher of Edutopia

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