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The Keys to Unlocking the Parent Communication Puzzle

August 3, 2012 by twalker  
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By Cindy Long Although research has definitively proven that parents’ involvement in their children’s schools raises student achievement, most educators would agree that the process of getting parents fully engaged in school is no walk in the park. Unless they teach at Captain James E. Daly Elementary School in Germantown, Maryland, that is. Twice a [...]

Survey: The State of Parent-Teacher Relationships is Strong

May 7, 2012 by twalker  
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By Tim Walker According to a new survey, the majority of parents and teachers categorize their relationship as “great” or “open,” although the two groups differ on some specific issues. Communication is key and parents and teachers have different ideas and expectations about how to keep these avenues open. Parenting Magazine and the National Education [...]