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What You Can Learn About Your Child from His Teacher

After spending 180 days together, your child’s teacher is bound to know a thing or two about your child.  Each day, teachers get to observe first-hand things like how your child interacts with others, how your child is challenged, and even how your child handles pressure.  So learn more about your child and their education by asking their teacher specific questions.  First, ask, “In what areas does my child struggle?” and “In what areas is my child gifted?”  Then ask, “How does my child treat you as a person in authority?” and “How does my child treat their classmates?”  Here’s more on What You Can Learn About Your Child from His Teacher

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