Students are more likely to come to school when families feel like a valued part of the community. Research has shown that students can fall behind academically when they miss only two days every month. This strategy also supports the practice of culturally responsive teaching and can be used with other strategies that allow representation of all learners in the curriculum.
From Colorin Colorado (2016)
Learn how Wolfe Street Academy connects with and engages families. As a community school, Wolfe Street provides services, like food giveaways and after-school programming, to both students and families to support learning.
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Watch how Remind provides a way for families, teachers, and students to communicate quickly and easily through a mobile app about student progress, assignments, and other school-related activities.