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Parental Involvement Resources

Annie E. Casey Foundation-Family and Community Involvement

Annie E. Casey Foundation web page includes information, resources and tools to help empower families, communities, and schools to work in partnership with one another.

Center for Health and Health Care in Schools' Parent Resource Center

The Parents' Resource Center provides two types of information: Learn Now - a Web portal that provides valuable links to parent-friendly resources on child and adolescent health issues, and Act Now - a guide written by CHHCS to help parents assess health-related services and programs at their child's schools.

National Center for Family and Community Connections with Schools

The Center links people with research-based information and resources that they can use to effectively connect schools, families, and communities.

National Coalition for Parent Involvement In Education

Advocates the involvement of parents and families in their children's education, and fosters relationships between home, school, and community to enhance the education of all our nations' young people.

National PTA

This is organization is resource that provides parents and families with tools to help their children be safe, healthy, and successful—in school and in life.

New Hampshire Parent Information Center

The Parent Information Center provides information, training and support to families of children with disabilities in New Hampshire.

Project Know

This site is for parents looking for ideas and help with problems concerning teenagers.

Talking With Kids About Tough Issues

This Web site offers practical, concrete tips and techniques for talking easily and openly with young children ages 8 to 12 about some very tough issues: sex, HIV/AIDS, violence, drugs and alcohol.

DISCLAIMER: The NH Department of Education provides these links as a service to educators and others seeking useful information relating to education. The opinions expressed in the links provided on the NH Department of Education HIV/Health web site do not imply an endorsement or a recommendation to purchase or use any particular product.

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