Learning Resources

Missouri Parent Information Resource Center (PIRC)

Missouri Parent Information Resource Center (PIRC): The Missouri Parent Information Center serves parents, schools, and community organizations throughout the state by providing a wide range of information, training, technical assistance, and resources to help parents promote their children’s achievement in school. For more information visit http://missouri-pirc.org/.

Parent Teacher Organizations

Parent-Teacher groups are a great way to become active in your child’s education, and to ensure that all of our children receive “the highest quality of instruction to prepare students for success in life.”

Practical Parenting Partnerships (PPP)

Practical Parenting Partnerships (PPP): Practical Parenting Partnerships is a comprehensive approach to parent involvement in schools, created in 1992 by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. PPP offers a framework for building home-school-community relationships through training, a variety of resources, networking, technical assistance, monthly newsletters and other professional development opportunities. PPP works with nearly one-half of Missouri’s school districts as well as districts and agencies in 11 other states and Canada to promote and strengthen the role that families play in student academic achievement. PPP is recognized as a leader in education in Missouri and is a recipient of the Missouri Primary Education Award. For more information, visit: http://www.pppctr.org/.