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A Day in the Life of a Parent Coordinator

Gladys Mendez is boosting student achievement—by reaching out to parents.

 

Communities and families play a critical role in raising student achievement—that's something research shows and the NEA Priority Schools Campaign strongly supports. But it's not easy, is it?

To get meaningful parent support, try taking a few lessons from Gladys Mendez, the parent coordinator at Thirteenth and Green Elementary School in Reading, Pennsylvania.


 



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