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How to make the best use of parent teacher meeting?

Parent-teacher meetings are designed to evaluate a child’s performance in school by means of discussions. It makes for a collaborative effort (from both the parents and teachers) towards the betterment of a student’s progress. It’s your responsibility to ensure that you’re only making the best use of this opportunity. After all, nobody understands the child better than his own parents and teachers and when both of them unite for his (i.e. the child’s) progress then desired results are sure to come.

Parent-Teacher Meetings: Where parents go wrong and what they should understand

Now, the problem with parents is that they … Read More