Parents and Teachers: Allies in Academic Success


Subjects: Civics, Languages, Personal Development, Social Studies
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12
Source: Univision

As part of its Education Week multiplatform initiative taking place this month,Univision will host a town hall meeting to increase awareness about the importance of parent-teacher collaboration and how it can impact academic achievement. In this town hall meeting, leading educators, politicians, students and teachers discuss ways of bridging the gap between Hispanic parents and teachers to significantly increase high school graduation rates and college access for  Latino youth.  

 

60-minute runtime; restricted copyright

Oct 13 at 5:00pm ET


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