Your child is your number one priority, and in a perfect world you could give them everything they need.But let’s face it — you cannot do it alone. The best way to support your child’s needs is to build and maintain a strong, positive relationship with all the people at school who play a role in educating your child. And, make sure your child knows that this is a team effort — you’re all working together to help him or her succeed! Today we some tips on how you can foster a sense of partnership with the teacher and administration to support your child’s education.
Read more… http://family.go.com/parenting/pkg-teen/article-776156-how-to-develop-a-relationship-with-your-child-s-teacher-t/
Read more… http://www.ncld.org/students-disabilities/rti-parent-school-relationship/building-good-relationship-with-your-childs-teacher
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