When Schools and Parents Collaborate

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News & Notes continues its month-long education series with a look at what happens when parents and teachers approach education as a team effort.

Joining the discussion are Joyce Epstein, director of the Center on School, Family, and Community Partnerships at Johns Hopkins University; Pam Dickenson, a parent of two students at KIPP Tech Valley school in Albany, New York; and Daniel Ceaser, principal and math teacher at KIPP Tech Valley.



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