Families are encouraged to be involved in a child’s education

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School may be out for the summer, but the learning doesn’t stop there.

Teachers are gearing up for the next school year by learning different methods — getting families involved in education. 

One expert says that when families partake in a child’s education — kids do better in school. 
Learning doesn’t stop once a child leaves the classroom — it needs to continue within the home. 

Steve Constantino, Author/Speaker, says, “Don’t ask your child what they did in school today. Start a sentence with ‘Tell me something you did in school today. Show me something you did in school today. Teach me.’ We know that the best way for somebody to understand is to teach somebody else.”

Constantino says when you change the question — it starts a different and more engaged conversation.

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