Who Can Be a Learning Hero?
You’ve got what it takes — you know your child best. But even superheroes need a team. We’re here to help you support learning at home — with simple actions to help your child reach their goals.
Parent-Teacher Planning Tool
Before the year ends, ask your child's teacher which skills to focus on and what to share with summer tutors/program leaders. This short planning tool can help guide the conversation.
Unlocking the "How": Designing Family Engagement Strategies That Lead to School Success
Find helpful resources to support academic, social, and emotional learning.
#bealearninghero in Action!
By taking actions – big and small – every day to support your child’s learning, you can be a learning hero. Check out these tips from other parents and share your advice, stories, and questions using #bealearninghero.
My piece last summer with @LDH_ed (one of the top 15 ED Essays of 2021 in @the74 - https://buff.ly/3Ef7HJX) lifted up @LearningHeroes research on the interconnected roles parents see for supporting social+emotional+cognitive development - https://bit.ly/3GiFKli “
As discussions around race, inequity, inequality, and more continue in this country, having a starting point for those conversations with your child is important. Check out the Anti-Racism Resource Directory to help start the convo: https://bit.ly/3ConwgV “
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