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    Parental Involvement

    This article lists the things that teachers consistently wish parents would do.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    My 12-year-old son doesn't hand in his homework. What should I do?

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    There are both federal and state laws that forbid teachers from harassing, teasing, and otherwise verbally or physically abusing kids. Find out what your and your child's rights are when dealing with an abusive teacher.

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    Parental Involvement
    By FamilyEducation Editorial Staff

    This article offers some homework help tips about how to help your child if they say their homework is too hard.

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    Parental Involvement
    By FamilyEducation Editorial Staff

    Learn how your child's homework responsibilities will change in fourth grade and how you can support them.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    An expert disapproves of dangling rewards in front of kindergartners for participating and raising the most money.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    Instead of worrying about poor communication, a parent's major focus should be on whether her child is receiving a good education in a nurturing school.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    A parent runs into trouble with the school principal when she tries to transfer her child to a new school.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    This article lists five of the most important questions to ask your child's teacher at a conference.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement
    By FamilyEducation Editorial Staff

    In this article, one parent described how she dealt with a difficult teacher.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    Teachers suggest ways you can support your child's education.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    As kids get older, fewer parents bother to show up for Open House. Learn why this is a problem.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    One way to make sure your child's classroom is an engaging place is to join the PTA.

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    Parental Involvement

    The best way to combat your child's learning difficulties is to team up with the teacher. Find tips on communicating with your child's teacher.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    A parent believes that her child was treated unfairly by his teacher after he was "involved" in an incident at school.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    The mother of "insubordinate" children is advised to seek the mediation of a sympathetic guidance counselor to reframe the present situation.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    Our expert outlines steps a parent can take to get more involved with her child's school.

  • School and Learning
    Parental Involvement

    Put a good communication process in place between you and your child's teacher by involving school administration.

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