One way to help your child to succeed in school may be to drop by for a visit.
A little involvement can go a long way, say experts at National Parent Teacher Association (PTA). You don’t have to spend hours at school each week. Even a monthly visit can make a difference.
When parents get involved:
� Students have better attendance records.
� Students achieve higher test scores and grades.
� Students have higher graduation rates and are more likely to pursue higher education.
� Students build stronger relationships with parents.
According to National PTA, only one in four parents …