The teachers say that increase the participation of parents in education should be the priority number one for Education published in the next few years
Children who read at home with their parents perform better in school. Show your kids how much you value reading by keeping good books, magazines, and newspapers in an easy to access place within your home. Let them see you read. Take them on trips to the library and encourage them to get library cards. Let children read to you, and talk about the books with them. What was the book about? Why did a character act that way? What will he or she do next? Look for other ways to teach children the magic of language, words, and stories. Tell stories to your children about their families and their culture. Point out words to children wherever you go the grocery store, the pharmacy, the gas station. Encourage your children to write notes to grandparents and other relatives.