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NEA's “Raise Your Hand” Tips for Parents

Geared Towards Parents, Presenting Tips for Getting Involved with Their Children’s Education

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NEA's radio campaign is entitled “Raise Your Hand for Student Success.” Voiced by NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcia, the nationwide campaign is geared toward parents and presents quick tips to help them get involved with their child’s education, and, ensure that learning does not stop when a child leaves school for the day.

The campaign tackles such topics as establishing good study habits, talking to your children about their day, and the importance of homework.

A new feature runs each week throughout the school year and the topics will expand to be more comprehensive.

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