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The Appalachia Regional Comprehensive Center at Edvantia has created a free podcast series for educators on increasing parent involvement in schools.
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The Appalachia Regional Comprehensive Center at Edvantia has created a free podcast series for educators on increasing parent involvement in schools. The resource is primarily aimed at state-level educators, but contains tips and tricks that would be useful to educators at all levels. The site contains not only the podcasts themselves but guides and resources to assist educators in using the series in professional development. To view the series, or for more imformation, visit http://www.arcc.edvantia.org/page/ParentInvolvementPodcasts/.

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