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By Samantha Cleaver
Whether you’re going to your child’s first or fifth parent-teacher conference, it’s best to come prepared. Discussing your child’s progress and finding out how he’s doing in class is one of the most important conversations you’ll have all year. Here are 10 ways to make sure that your next parent-teacher conference goes well.
Consider the Calendar
Attend Every Conference
Do Your Research
Start with the Positive
Know the Agenda
Take a Tour
Review Work Samples
First and foremost, parent-teacher conferences are a chance to start a conversation. Keep that in mind, and head into it prepared and with a positive attitude.
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