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.
Whether your kid is a first-timer or an old hand, our resources will make sure he gets a running start on the new semester.
Know when, why, and how to call, email, visit, and write to your child's teacher.
Advance planning means your teacher conference will be productive and pleasant.
Building and maintaining this strong relationship will help your child do well in school.
If you child comes home complaining about a mean teacher, take these steps to foster a better student-teacher relationship.
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What would you like to talk with your child's teacher about?