Building Successful Parent-teacher Partnerships

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Humanics, 1979 - Education - 81 pages
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Mutual understanding between parents and teachers is often difficult, but with the methods outlined in this book, cooperation can be achieved. Building Successful Parent-Teacher Partnerships deals with issues in parenting and teaching -- the emergence of the two parent working family, the one parent family, and the disappearance of the extended family. By reading this book, which offers solutions to current problems, child-care providers and parents will learn, once again, to use constructive dialogue.

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