Initiatives

Parents Involved in Education, Survey RFP

The PEI Home and School Federation developed a survey in 2008 to determine various aspects to parental involvement in their child’s education.  The survey summary results are available for review.

The Federation is currently wanting to do a follow-up Parent Engagement Survey to collect data on how parents are involved in education and learning of children and youth in PEI.   The information will influence activities in coming years in the Federation and Local Associations.

Those interested in responding to the RFP should download the application package.

Deadline for submissions:  Sept. 24/12
 

Parental Engagement Initiative

In response to the recommendations by the Task Force on Student Achievement, the Minister of Education asked the Prince Edward Island Home and School Federation (HSF) to lead the development of a province-wide Parental Engagement (PE) Initiative. This request represents a strong endorsement of Home and School Associations by the provincial government and recognizes our emerging role as a learning and teaching partner in the education system on Prince Edward Island. The overall vision of the PE initiative is to establish collaborative home and school learning environments for our children so that they can succeed as individuals, as students and as citizens.

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