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10 Tips for a Successful Parent-Teacher Conference

by Peggy Gisler, Ed.S. and Marge Eberts, Ed.S.

Parent-teacher conferences present an excellent opportunity to find out how your child is adjusting to the new school year and to get to know her teachers.

Here are some general hints on how to have a successful conference.

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Talk to Your Child


Ask your child if there is anything that he would like you to discuss with the teacher.

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