Monday, November 5, 2012

Missouri Education Watchdog: Become a Pro-Active Parent for Your Student (Short of Home Schooling/Private Schooling)

Missouri Education Watchdog: Become a Pro-Active Parent for Your Student (Short of Home Schooling/Private Schooling):


Become a Pro-Active Parent for Your Student (Short of Home Schooling/Private Schooling)


  
Our last post suggested parents become more pro active in the education of their children, particularly if they are in the public school system.  With the educational belief/mandate that all children learn in a common manner and common standards/assessments, the parental responsibility of ensuring a child receives a good education becomes even more imperative.


How do parents keep an eye on what/how children are learning?  How are parents not perceived as "the problem" for failing children?  The following press release, 
Parents Need To Be More Involved InEducation, will give parents some ideas on how to become more involved in the child's education:

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Parents Need To Be More Involved In Education


 
(Free-Press-Release.com) July 18, 2012 -- Almost every analysis of education ends up blaming parents.

Parents don’t care. They’re ignorant. They won’t talk to their kids. They won’t read to their kids. They won’t teach their kids. They fight teachers instead of helping them. Parents are the problem.
 

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