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Parent-Teacher Partnerships for Grade 3

Parent-Teacher Partnerships for Grade 3

 
Find out when you should reach out to your child’s teacher, how to get in touch, and make sure to build a productive relationship.
Advance planning means your teacher conference will be productive and pleasant.
Skip the apple-themed knick-knacks and try these winners instead.
Back-to-school does not have to mean back-to-worrying.
Learn how they defuse bullying, advocate for kids with special needs, and support families in crisis.
Children benefit tremendously when you help them bridge their two most important worlds.
If you child comes home complaining about a mean teacher, take these steps to foster a better student-teacher relationship.
Use this guide to determine whether your child needs extra help.
Building a strong parent-teacher relationship from the start is key to your child's academic success.
Building and maintaining this strong relationship will help your child do well in school.
Here are the next steps to take if your child is diagnosed with a learning disorder.
After you've decided to seek help, what's next?
The excitement of starting school is a wonderful time to motivate your child.
Teamwork between parents and teachers is essential for assuring that kids become accomplished readers and writers.

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