Graduate Project Title
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Byron L. DeShaw
A Home Interaction Program (HIP) was designed and implemented for Title I parents and students. The components of the program included monthly newsletters, libraries, and workshops. It was found that parents of Title I students participated in HIP activities as long as they could be done in the home. The conclusion was reached that if schools want Title I parents to become involved in their child's education learning experiences, programs must be developed to reach into the home.
Sackman, Georgia, "Home Interaction Program: HIP" (1980). All Graduate Projects. 197.
Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Early Childhood Education Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Elementary Education Commons
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