Review of Best Practice in Parental Engagement3 years ago 3 years ago Leave your thoughts
This report was published by the Government of UK’s Department for Education and Skills.
HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:
This report presents a review of studies of interventions aimed at supporting and improving parental engagement in the education of children aged 5-19, and which also offer evidence on educational outcomes. The overall aim of the review is to:
- highlight findings and conclusions from the evidence reviewed;
- identify key themes and messages for practitioners and school leaders.
- analyses the interventions, approaches and practices that are most effective in promoting positive behaviours in all parents and particular groups of parents, and which also lead to educational outcomes;
- identifies the features of interventions that are most effective in supporting parental engagement and improving children’s outcomes;
- presents a profile of ‘what success looks like’ in terms of the behaviours of schools, services, practitioners and parents that have the largest impact on outcomes.
Goodall, J. & Vorhaus, J. (2011). Review of best practice in parental engagement. Research Report. DFE-RR156. London, UK: Department for Education and Skills.
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