National standards have set the bar for academic achievement, which means that today it is clear what a student should have achieved by certain points in the school year.
Parent teacher conferences are a terrific opportunity for parents to get an accurate picture of their child’s academic achievement and how he is functioning in the classroom. The key to a successful parent teacher conference is to maximize the exchange of information, in a limited amount of time.
Here are 6 important questions for parents to ask at conferences for students in kindergarten, and 1st and 2nd grade:
Parents should also remember to:
Finally, remember that you and your child’s teacher want the same thing—a successful and happy school year for your child!
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