Parent University is an opportunity for parents to sharpen their skills as they work in one of life's most important and demanding roles. Sessions focus on child development, what children are learning in schools, advocacy, parent leadership and effective parenting skills.
Launched in 2009, Parent University was established by the Boston Public Schools Office of Family and Student Engagement as the primary strategy to build the capacity of parents to be actively engaged in their children's education.
The goal of BPS Parent University is to "educate and empower parents as partners, advocates and lifelong teachers in their child's education through educational courses and leadership opportunities."
Participate in this workshop series for families with children ages 3-8 to help foster learning at home.
+ This is free.
+ Developed by Harvard University and based on cutting-edge brain research on children's social, emotional, and intellectual growth.
+ Receive learning materials and activities to use at home.