Supportive School Community

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Building supportive school communities is very important not only for the students and parents, but also for the teachers. When parents, administrator and teachers build a supportive school community the learning done by students with exceptionalities grows tremendously. The more support there is between the different parties within a schools environment, the safer it is for all students, not just the students with exceptionalities. Once parents, administrators, and teachers work together the better and easier life will be for everyone involved in the life of children. To build a supportive school community it starts with the principal wanting to work with families, promoting collaboration and monitoring students’ academic achievement, and working to create an inclusive school environment The first step to building a school community is working with families and understanding that each family is different and will want to have a different approach to their child’s needs. Schools need to make each family feel a part of the school with an accepting and supportive school environment, by building strong positive relationships with the families. It is really important that when school personal are trying to …show more content…
They will also be better prepared to monitor all students’ academic achievement. It is really important for a school improvement team to take steps to create a support system throughout the school to help students with disabilities. This school improvement team should be made up of the principal, teachers, and parents. These people will be able to form a collaborative team that will be able to come up with possible solutions to improve the academic achievement of students with exceptionalities. They can become the guiding team that forms a vision to improve and expand changes to form and inclusive school

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