Articles: Parents

Matt Zalaznick
Brian Woods, superintendent of Northside ISD in San Antonio, serves on a regional truancy committee. His district hit a record 96 percent attendanc last school year.
Schools personalize programs designed to bring students back to class
Alison DeNisco
Lakota Local School District in Ohio recently increased its communications staff to compete with private and parochial schools.
Schools amp up communications and upgrades to keep from losing students to charters, private schools
Kylie Lacey
Students are safer in schools, like the one above, that have Data Management Inc.’s Visitor Pass Solutions Software. It gathers updated data on all visitors.
Computerized kiosks can help balance safety and convenience
Alison DeNisco
Parents from Weigand Avenue Elementary in LAUSD used the trigger law to oust a principal in 2013.  (Photo: Parent Revolution)
California’s Parent Empowerment Act allows parents to force overhauls of failing schools

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