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Perceptions of the Parent Curriculum Project's Program Goals
Author(s): Camille Wilson Cooper
This report discusses the findings of an evaluation of the Parent Curriculum Project (PCP) in Lynwood Unified School District (LUSD). Parents, UCLA staff, principals and district officials pointed to four major ways that the Parent Curriculum Project has enhanced the knowledge and leadership skills of parent participants and contributed to the improvement of LUSD schools. They also suggested ways the program can improve.
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