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Academic Parent Teacher Teams (APTT)
The Creighton School District (AZ) uses a well-defined model—Academic Parent Teacher Teams—to ensure that educators and parents share responsibility for student academic success. The district created two online videos demonstrating its approach. The videos, which document two APTT meetings, provide real world examples of effective home-school partnerships that promote shared responsibility for student learning.
Citation: Creighton School District (Producer). (2010). Academic Parent Teacher Teams: Student Learning as a Shared Responsibility [Online Videos 1 & 2].
Resource Type: Web-based Video
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