Should parents bring up issues with the teacher and school at the end-of-year Open House?
Unfortunately, the parent-teacher conference earlier in the year was managed like an assembly-line: parents rushed in and out of their 15-20 min. sessions with the teacher without time for diving deeper into the issues (it was basically, "here's how your child is scoring on homework and tests, and how that compares against other students and how that positions the student for standardized testing). End-of-year Open House may be our last opportunity to address our concerns with the teacher and school. But is it the right forum, and if not, can you suggest another event or way to try again in having our concerns heard by this teacher, principal and school?