Parent Today coaches and encourages parents and caregivers through four chapters of their children's education — early childhood, elementary, middle years and high school — addressing important, age-appropriate topics with accessible, easy-to-implement tools and strategies, empowering parents to come alongside their children at any age with advice, support and encouragement.
Parent Today offers research-based information aligned with what your teachers are doing in the classroom, and designed to provide parents and caregivers with the tools they need to help their children succeed at school.
Each e-newsletter features four blog-type posts addressing relevant topics related to the classroom, home life and school days for 21st century families.
Each article links readers to this
password-protected, information-rich website. Families can subscribe
free, giving them access to even more information, resources and
support on a wide range of topics.
Request a special educator's sample by email here.
When your district partners with Parent Today, you get tools that help direct your community to this important resource. Parent Today provides schools with a ready-made marketing campaign — including web icons, marketing posters and rack cards, newsletters inserts and sample communication templates — to build a strong subscriber base among district families.
The Parent Today icon on your school website links to a self-managing database for subscriber information, allowing seamless distribution of Parent Today to all of your families that wish to receive it. You don't have to do anything!
Client districts also receive an e-news template branded with your district's name, giving you the opportunity to follow-up any Parent Today posts with related district-specific content or news stories to your district's own e-mail subscribers. In advance of each Parent Today e-news blast, you will receive notice of the topics in the new edition, allowing you to coordinate district communications efforts for maximum effect.
Client districts are also granted republishing rights for current and archived Parent Today articles and online resources for school district-use only as long as the Parent Today credit line accompanies the story.