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TITLE I ESSA PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL (PAC) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
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A Powerful Alliance: Educators And Parents Accepting the Challenges of Fatherhood Active Parenting
Advocating For Your Child with Special Needs Accepting the Challenges of Being a Single Parent Being an Effective Member of Your IEP Team
Basic Grammar Building Courage, Character, and Self-Esteem Children and Gangs
Collaborating With the Community Computer Literacy Creating Literacy-Rich Environments
Non-Custodial Dads Activities For Dads And Kids Challenges Faced By Fathers
Disciplining For Dads Finances For Fathers And Families Work Life Balance
Dealing With My Greatest Fears Discipline: Rights for Students with Special Needs Divorce/Break-Up: Co-Parenting
Effective Parent/Professional Communication Effective Practices for Challenging Behavior Empowering Strategies to Manage Bullying
Envisioning Your Child's Future Family Reading Expanding Parent Involvement In Children’s Education Family Management
Family Math Getting Ready for Kindergarten Grand Parenting Help Your Child Learn Anger Management Help! My Child Is Struggling In School
Helpful Homework Hints Helping Children Develop Friendships and Social Skills Helping Your Child Learn To Read
Helping Your Child with Homework Home and School Discipline How Do I Know If My Child Is Making Progress?
How to Be Awe-Some Parent How to Start Your Own Business Kindergarten Literacy
IEP Goals 101: A Guide for Monitoring Student Learning Leadership 101: Parents & Teachers Interactive Reading: Building Blocks for Reading Skills
Laying a Strong Reading Foundation Life Skills: Personal Financial Management Making Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
No Child Left Behind and Students with Disabilities Life Skills: Health & Fitness Parents & Educators: Partners in the Special Ed. Process
Making My Mark: The Writing Connection Phonics & Word Analysis Strategies Positive Behavioral Interventions & Discipline
Positive Strategies for Managing Challenging Behavior Prescription for Homework Headaches Probation: A Thing of The Past
Raising Responsible Children Raising a Child with a Disability Responsible Discipline: Consequences That Work
School Level Organizations (NCLB PAC/LSC/BAC/PTSA) School/Kindergarten Readiness for Parents Schools and Families: Better Together
Sign Language: Beginning Special Education Laws, Process, and the IEP Special Education: It’s More Than Just Academics
Suspension, Prevention & Intervention The Active Parent The Nuts And Bolts of Special Education
Understanding Common Core Understanding Your Child's Learning Style Violence Prevention
What To Do When Your Child Is Bullied Your Child And No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Many, Many, More............