Blog: Topic: School Supports

School Supports

A Black family is sitting in their child's playroom. The parents are sitting along the back wall while their child stands in the foreground and holds up a painting of a yellow, smiling monster.

There are positive associations between school supports (e.g., parent communication, academic supports, and classroom supports for students with exceptional needs or abilities) and academic and psychosocial functioning for military-connected students (Inside IES Research, 2022). These trainings summarize research, provide opportunities for education professionals to practice developing skills, and include take-home resources to help school personnel apply the content from each training. These trainings are available at no cost.

Reference:

Inside IES Research. (2022, May 26). Active duty military families and school supports. https://ies.ed.gov/blogs/research/post/active-duty-military-families-and-school-supports