It can be tricky to know when to call on the principal, and everyone is different, but here is a general list to help parents and guardians: When to call the principal: 1.
The more intensively involved the parents are, the greater the positive impact on academic achievement.
They relate to parents not as a partner but an advisor who guides them through academic support for their child. NCLB recognizes that some parents do not know how to participate in their children's education and that some schools do not know how to reach out to parents to get them involved.
Journal of Educational Psychology, 98, School Community Journal, 14, pp NCLB emphasizes that schools and parents share responsibilities for improving academic achievement. It is important to remember that doing even one thing on the list can make a difference in your child's academic progress.
A parent's interest and encouragement in a child's education can affect the child's attitude toward school, classroom conduct, self-esteem, absenteeism, and motivation.
This article discusses the critical role moms and dads can play in a child's education.