Thursday, January 28, 2010

Parents Rank Schools on Emotional Support for Students

From CEC SmartBrief: A recent report by University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital included results of a survey given to parents asking how well schools responded to the emotional and behavioral needs of students. Results showed only one-third gave primary schools an A, and less than 25% gave secondary schools an A. The report concluded that if funds are restricted to instructional services at the expense of emotional and behavioral supports, student learning may suffer. Los Angeles Times/Booster Shots blog (1/20)

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