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“What Parent Engagement Posts Did Readers Find Most “Engaging” This Past Quarter?

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A few months ago, I began to have PostRank index posts from my other blog, Engaging Parents In School. Post Rank uses a variety of ways to measure level of “engagement” that readers have with specific blog posts. I have a constantly updated “widget” on my blog’s sidebar that lists these posts, but I thought a quarterly post would be helpful/interesting to subscribers who don’t regularly visit the blog itself.

Here’s a listing of the “most engaged” posts from the previous quarter.

Here are their rankings for this past quarter:

  1. Good Parent Engagement Video
  2. My Book On Parent Engagement Is Now Available On The Kindle
  3. Wow! What A Study On School Leadership…
  4. “Have parents been shut out of education reform?”
  5. What A Terrible Video About Parents & Schools With A Terrible Message
  6. Obama’s Blueprint For Reform Is Very Weak On Parent Engagement/Involvement
  7. Unusual — And Important — Parent Engagement Study Validated
  8. “How to Strengthen Parent Involvement and Communication”
  9. Another Example Of What “Parent Involvement” Should Not Look Like…
  10. “Teaching Secrets: The Parent Meet and Greet”
  11. Edutopia Offers Free “Home-to-School Connections Guide”
  12. More States Recognizing October As “Parent Involvement Month”
  13. My Best Posts On Parent Engagement Over The Past Six Months
  14. “Too often, students’ parents get lost in the equation”
  15. Good Collection Of Parent Involvement Research
  16. Parents & The Controversy Over The LA Times Story On Evaluating Teachers
  17. “As Parents Protest, Chancellor and Panel Leave”
  18. What Do Latino Parents Say About Schools?
  19. Student Mental Health Needs & Parent Engagement
  20. Another Bad Parent Engagement Strategy: Delaware District Wants To Pay Parents To Come To School Events
  21. “Community Organizing for Stronger Schools”
  22. Public Says More Involved Parents Is Number One Schools Need
  23. “Student-led conferences benefit parents, kids”

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I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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