5 Tips to Get Involved at Your Kid's School

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The Personal Touch

Problem: No different than every child having his or her own learning needs, every school is different and has its own needs—what works for one school may not work for another.

Solution: In order for parents to successfully help their school, they must respond to the school’s specific needs. Whether it’s a bake sale for computers or a car wash for the debate team, to truly make a difference at your child’s school, make it personal and find out what it needs.