The Key to a Child’s Success is Positive Parental Involvement in Education

NewPath Learning - Take Home Games - Parental Involvement

NewPath Learning’s Take Home Games –
Ideal for Parental Involvement

Decades of research proves that when parents are involved participants in their children’s education, students are more successful – not just in school but in life. Parental involvement is essential from preschool all the way through high school. Beyond test scores, the role parents play in school impacts social behavior, attendance, and graduation rates, as well.

In determining what types of parental involvement have the greatest impact on student outcomes, the research identifies one common factor: “Programs and interventions that engage families in supporting their children’s learning at home are linked to higher student achievement.”1

NewPath Learning’s Take-Home Modules are the Parental Involvement Solution.

NewPath Learning Parental Involvement Take-Home Module

NewPath Learning Parental Involvement Take-Home Module

Recognized as a Teacher’s Choice Award recipient, these learning systems provide a combination of:

  • Engaging, Game-Based Learning Resources
  • Interactive, Online Lessons
  • Professional Development Training & Support

See for yourself. Check out online sample questions by grade and subject. You can also request a FREE sampler of NewPath’s Take-Home Learning Modules. Call 800-507-0966 or email customerservice@newpathlearning.com. Be sure to include your name, address, and the desired grade and subject with your request.

Each module also includes a one year subscription to NewPath’s Online Learning Program ($199.95 value) which provides students and their parents with interactive, multimedia lessons, activities and games for use at home! Also gives teachers the ability to develop custom lessons for differentiated instruction for use at home or in class!

To learn more or to place an order: Call 800-507-0966 or visit www.newpathlearning.com

 

1Center for Education Reform, 2013. Southwest Education Development Laboratory, 2013

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