Nail, Mellissa H.
September 2007
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Fall2007, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p39
Academic Journal
The article discusses the use of student-created newsletters to communicate with families of students. According to the author, communicating with families and parental involvement in education have benefits. The author states that the learning community could be strengthened by letting families know about academic events. In creating news letters, students use computers. The author believes that letting student-created newsletters contributes to learning. The author also asserts that these newsletters improve communication with families.


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