Strong parent–teacher relationships are invaluable. They contribute to a positive school climate, family engagement in student learning, improved student performance, and the retention of high quality teachers. Providing teachers with the resources they need to effectively connect learning in the classroom to learning at home is a challenge that many districts are struggling to address. Research shows that one of the most important factors affecting a child’s performance in school is how involved their parents are in their education. The parents can get involve and be their advocate and find out either their child is receiving the quality education they deserve have.
Developing a healthy parent-teacher relationship is a great way to improve your child’s performance in school. An advocate is someone who argues for a cause. In the case of your children and their education, being an advocate means supporting and standing up for them as they make their way through the education system. Parents are natural advocates for their children. As a parent, you should know your child better than anyone else. You have a great knowledge about their strengths, weaknesses and experiences.
You are their FIRST teacher and their GREATEST supporter. So, from that point you should be sharing the information about your child with the teachers at their school. From that, the teachers will try to give the child best of teaching suitable with the child ability. Furthermore through family support movement, a child gains her identity and sense of self from family when family strengths are recognized and needs are met through the community, families do better and children do better.
The roles of parents are needed to help the children to develop their positive character either mentally or physically. Here is some example roles of parents is attends school events, help with, and monitor school assignments, establish home structures that support learning and establish communication and relationship with the school.