The government is expected to issue an update to its official list of schools in England with reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (Raac) on Tuesday.
MPs will also question the Department for Education (DfE) on the disruption affecting schools and colleges.
Officials have said they are checking hundreds of schools every week and, as of 30 August, 147 schools in England were known to be affected.
One parent with a son at an affected school said they feel abandoned.
Fay Arrundale's son Elliot attends Myton School in Warwick, but the secondary school had to close some of its buildings because of Raac and is now having different year groups attending in alternate weeks.
Elliot is one of more than 22,000 pupils in England who are receiving a mix of face-to-face and remote learning because of Raac.
Fay, who is self-employed and having to juggle her work schedule around the changes, says Elliot can become distracted when having online learning and that he "needs the structure of school".
She says the school have been "fantastic" but there is no timescale on when things will return to normal, as any progress on getting portable classrooms is "really slow".