Friday, August 31, 2012

White House Honors Parents as Champions of Change | ED.gov Blog

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White House Honors Parents as Champions of Change

In a recent speech, Secretary Duncan noted that parents understand better than anyone how important it is that schools prepare students for success in life—not just with academic knowledge, but with the skills needed to succeed in jobs and to be an active participant in society.
Champions of Change logoParents and guardians are key to student achievement, which is why the White House recently recognized the importance of parental involvement by honoring 12 parents as “Champions of Change,” during a recent “PTA Day” at the White House. Over 175 PTA leaders from across the country met with senior officials from the White House and Department of Education to discuss the importance of family engagement.
Meet the 12 PTA Champions of Change. Click on each name to read about the Champion:
Visit ED’s new Parents & Family page, and sign up for email updates from our parent engagement team.

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