Parents are instrumental in their child’s success in school. That’s why the League of Education Voters is presenting two unique views on parent engagement. Whether it’s an effective parent partnership with your district and schools or it takes a parent revolution, come hear how parents are at the forefront to improve their local schools.
Ben Austin of California’s Parent Revolution and Trise Moore of the Federal Way School District will lead the conversation about how parents can get busy to support their child’s success in school and beyond.
- Date: Wednesday, December 8, 2010
- Time: 5:30 p.m.
- Location: Aki Kurose Middle School (3928 South Graham St)
- Register: The League of Education Voters
Childcare will be provided. Please RSVP for pizza and childcare.
Trise Moore is a parent of two children and the Family & Community Partnership Director for Federal Way School District. She has built a team of parents and community leaders that helped the district gain Harvard Family Research Project’s recognition as one of six exemplary family engagement programs in the nation.
Ben Austin has served as the executive director of the Parent Revolution since April 2008. Prior to launching the Parent Revolution campaign, he directed the successful campaign to transform Locke High School from the worst high school in Los Angeles into a college preparatory model of reform.