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Interpreting the End-of-the-Year Report Card

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June 18, 2015
Interpreting the End-of-the-Year Report Card

The end-of-the year report card tells more than just grades. Has your child shown progress since the beginning of the year? Also important are teacher comments. Praise the positives first, and then look more deeply at troubling grades. Finally, analyze your own family’s lifestyle to be sure there is enough time for homework and relaxation each day.  


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