Parents who complete the Supporting School Success program are more likely to interact with their child's teacher, spend more time reading to their child, and share the school's views on discipline, socialization, and academic expectations... which means their children become more involved in school, do better in school, and become less involved in harmful or disruptive activities.
Source: Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, March 1999
The theoretical framework for the Supporting School Success program is nationally recognized as a:
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