Parental Involvement In Education

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Lack of parental involvement has an effect with children in early childhood
As an educator for young children in the field of early childhood, I’ve always tried to do my best for them. I have given thought as to how I could help make a difference in a child’s education and how could I improve my methods and strategies as a teacher. One of the most difficult challenges as an early childhood educator is figuring out how to better engage parents in their child’s learning. I want to follow and understand how, “lack of parent involvement that has an effect on children in early childhood”. Parental involvement is a critical element of high-quality early care and education (Snow, n.d). I strongly believe education begins within the parents consequently
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