Local action plan parental involvement

Involved parents, strong schools – making school together

This local action plan is the result of a broad cooperation in the Urbact local support group of the city of Antwerp. Parental involvement in the school carreer of the children is one way between many others to reduce early school leaving. In this plan we collect know-how on parental involvement for schools and organisations who work with parents.

1. Urbact - Prevent
Intro Urbact Prevent brochure Prevent commitment
Local actionplan of the other partner cities
Nantes Gijon Talinn Munchen Den Haag Sofia Stockholm Usti Nad Labem
Best practices partnercities
Prevent best practices
2. Partners parental involvement
Onderwijsbeleid De Schoolbrug De 8 Koogo
Gemeenschapsonderwijs CKSA ECOB Internationaal comité
GO ouders Stedelijk onderwijs Katholiek onderwijs bisdom Antwerpen Kruispunt migratie
VCOV OKO OCMW Provincie Antwerpen
Agentschap  Integratie en inburgering Departement onderwijs    
3. Our vision on parental involvement
Vision of the Prevent local working group
4. Educational context Antwerp
Grade retention in elementary schools and secundary education (2012-2013)
Grade retention Flemish community (OESO) 
Early school leaving Antwerp_Flemish community_Europe (2010)
Grade retention elementary schools (2009-2013)
Grade retention secundary schools (2009-2013)
5. Research
The importance of parental involvement at home (Eddie Denessen Radboud universiteit) Factsheet parental involvement (SARDES)
6. Toolbox parental involvement
Toolbox education Tips for parent teacher meetings Tips for home visits Mirror "Involved parents" 7 dimensions of parental involvement
Brochure "Welcome to school" Tips for clear communication Script for parent focus groups Databank of translated letters  
7. Actions in Antwerp
Visit days Parent day Inspiration day "involved parents" Results of the parents focus groups
Best Practices Antwerp Action-oriented approach Parental involvement in secondary education  

 

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