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The article is devoted to the study of theoretical and practical issues on effective strategies of double capacity building for family and school unification in the Republic of Kazakhstan. This study is based on the idea of expanding opportunities for family involvement in education as a basis for dual capacity building of students. The aim is to study effective strategies for double capacity building for family and school integration in Kazakhstan. This focuses on understanding why and how parents can participate in their children's education and how their participation affects student outcomes. The methods of theoretical research are the conceptual foundations of scientific knowledge these include: methods of developing ideas: targeted discussions; "brainstorming"; inventory of "weak points", with 200 to 300 respondents. The results of the study are social, economic, environmental, scientific and technical effects. The study recommends exploring the educational and developmental capabilities of parenting potential in order to involve them in the activities of the school
Keywords: parental motivation, school achievements, family resources, knowledge fund, building strategies
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