Teachers and Parents Together
Practical ways to involve parents in school programs -- from ideas for bulletin boards, through suggested letters and procedures for parent interviews, open houses, newsletters, and surveys. Reproducible information sheets clarify key questions about everything from spelling to skills to report cards.
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