Table 8: The most important categories stated by the interviewees with regard to the strategies.

The Categories with Regard to the Strategies The Interviewee No.
The participation of parent representatives in curriculum development. 1, 8, 10
The continuous mutual communication between the family and the school. 2, 4, 9, 13
- Educating the families.
- Educating the staff.
5, 8
Preventing from over-involvement and under-involvement of the family in education. 4
Holding the parent-teacher sessions regularly. 6, 11
Developing informal communities and associations by replacing social conventions with social emotions. 9, 13
Creating scientific and skill-based programs with the specialization of family and education in the universities. 1, 7, 10
Developing by-laws and policy-making documents to promote the role of the family in curriculum development. 4, 7, 8
Clarifying the expectations of the family and driving the planning into that direction. 2, 5, 8, 11
- Promoting the culture of family participation.
- Educating and encouraging the parents to safeguard their children's ethical upbringing.
1, 7