The Challenge: Getting Parents in the Game. The Solution: NewPath’s Take-Home Learning Modules

Numerous studies cite the lack of parental involvement as one of the greatest challenges in the classroom. Both educators and parents agree that the lack of parental involvement is widespread and interferes with student outcomes.

The statistics are compelling:

  • 84% of teachers polled indicate that parental involvement and support for learning at home are the most critical factors for student success.
  • 47% of parents admit that they do not spend enough time or take a great enough interest in their children’s academic activities.
  • Parents consistently report the lack of ability, resources and time as the biggest obstacles to be more involved in their children’s education.
NewPath Learning Parental Involvement Take-Home Learning Modules

NewPath Learning Parental Involvement
Take-Home Learning Modules

NewPath Learning’s NEW Take-Home Learning Modules ($199.95 value) provide everything needed for students and their parents to enjoy engaging Science, Math and ELA learning activities at home.

Each Module is leveled by grade and includes 75 individually packaged games – each providing comprehensive coverage of a key Common Core or Next Generation Science Standard! Together, they cover an entire year’s curriculum!!

Teachers can send a new game covering a different skill home each week for student review – reinforced through parental involvement!

For a limited time, 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

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1
Primary Sources, 2012
2Metlife Survey of American Teacher, 2012
3
Harvard Family Research Project, 2012

 

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