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Although the specific job descriptions and work plans may vary slightly from one school district to another, mentor’s work is focused on enhancing communication and collaboration between families, schools, and communities in order to improve outcomes for students with disabilities and their families.
Families: Parent mentors provide information and resources to parents of students with disabilities on a variety of topics and issues related to home, school, and community.
Schools: Mentors also work with teachers, staff, and administrators to integrate family engagement into school and district activities and to build a culture in which family engagement is expected and valued.
Communities: Parent mentors also work to support integration of students with disabilities into the community by working with partners to build a community in which students with disabilities are included and valued.
Georgia Department of Education
The Division for Special Education Services and Supports includes programs and services that support local school districts in their efforts to educate children receiving special education services