Take Back the Wheel: How to Help Make Your Teenager's High School Journey Successful

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iUniverse, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
McGee explains the concept of high school as a teenager's job, how to interpret school performance records, the importance of school orientation, rules for high school success, precisely what it means to be an involved parent-and how to get outside help when parent participation isn't enough.-Parents Press/The S.F. Bay Area's Locally Owned Parent NewspaperThe teenage years are hard and we can all use help supporting our students' as they grow into young men and women ready to take on the world. This is an easy to use guide to help every parent along the way.-Karen Todd, Alternative High School PrincipalTake Back the Wheel is an exciting and inspiring read. Betty has answered many questions and included tools for parents to use.-Ethel Polk, Parent/GrandparentTake Back the Wheel is a practical guide to get involved in your teenager's education. This book points to the alliance between parents, students and educators, as students are steered into a successful high school journey.-Ana Vasquez, High School CounselorTake Back the Wheel is a powerful tool for assisting parents. A prevailing question from parents: Can you put my child in his/her right grade? This book is a road map for students and parents to follow so that the path to the right grade and school success is a smooth one.-Halima Dotson-Franklin, Teacher On Special AssignmentThis book is a very insightful, useful tool full of valuable information. Parents and educators will benefit from its content and strategies.-Ross Yokomura, High School Counselor

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