A study finds child abuse incidents rise when report cards are sent home on Friday. Could more parent-teacher communication help?
By constantly safeguarding children from failure, parents may be taking away opportunities to learn problem-solving, conflict resolution and coping skills.
No homework policies are popular, but educators are working with parents on stress-free ways to keep learning going.
Experienced educators share their tips for conducting a successful meeting with parents.
Here’s how to avoid the “blame game” that can consume so many parent-teacher relationships.
Homework is one of the most complicated pedagogical strategies, says expert, and the vast majority of educators are getting it right.
While the public education system has changed over the years, one factor—family engagement—remains essential to student achievement.
This isn’t the typical parent-teacher conference: At an NEA Priority School on the outskirts of Detroit, the national Parent Teacher Home Visit Program is helping teachers and parents engage on a whole new level.