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Advice for Schools and Parents

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The Washington Post provides tips for parents and for educators to bridge the chasm that often divides the two groups. Teachers often complain that parents are either overbearing or not involved at all in their child’s education, while parents bemoan the fact that teachers don’t take their input seriously. This article gives tips for both sides on how to make the relationship between educator and parent work in favor of the student. Some of them are fairly basic, but worth a look.

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