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Home-School Relationships: Moving Towards a Collaborative Model

Monday, May 20, 2013


By Silvia Graham Faculty Member, Master of Teaching Program at American Public University “The battleship, the school, cannot do this alone. The rest of the educational flotilla must assist: families, communities, government, higher education, and the business community. Only then will all of our children be able to achieve that which by birthright should be theirs: enthusiasm for an accomplishment in learning” (Graham, 1995, p.22).

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