WORKING WITH YOUR CHILD’S SCHOOL: A BLOG SERIES OF ADVICE FROM PARENTS FOR PARENTS WHO HAVE CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

Parents and their child meeting with a teacher

Helping with homework. Attending parent-teacher conferences. Serving as a room parent. These are common ways that parents and families become involved with their child’s school. However, there are many different ways for parents and families to be involved in their child’s education. Parents who have been there and have experience can offer guidance for other parents on how to better work with schools. SUPAC seeks to empower parents and families to work with their child’s school. This new SUPAC blog series shares advice from parents for parents to help you find ways to be involved, as well as ways to support your child’s education.