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​National PTA Standards for Family-School Partnerships​

In 2010, the Georgia Board of Education endorsed the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) Standards for Family-School Partnerships as the state’s model in engaging parents, students, and the community. Thumbnail image of Kindergarten Transition Video in EnglishTo learn more about these standards, please visit www.pta.org/national_standards.asp. The standards are the basis for the six structures of the Family and Community Engagement System of Georgia's Systems of Continuous Improvement. 

For information about Georgia's Systems of Continuous Improvement, click here. ​


Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT)

Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT) is a family engagement model, designed by Dr. Maria Paredes, that strengthens teacher-family relationships by focusing on student academic growth and achievement. The APTT Model elevates the efforts of traditional parent-teacher conferences by inviting all families of the same classroom teacher to meet together rather than individually. ​Learn about Georgia's APTT program by clicking here. ​​