Empowered Parents: 3 Ways to Be an Advocate in Your Child's Education! by Pepi Silverman

Parenting School/Education
11 months ago
Empowered Parents: 3 Ways to Be an Advocate in Your Child's Education!

As children enter school, you will be bombarded with acronyms that sound like alphabet soup. Empower yourself with knowledge. 

  • ask questions
  • stay informed
  • if something doesn't make sense or sound right, be a strong advocate for your child by staying involved

Parents can always request a meeting to discuss their children's progress, you don't have to confine yourself to the scheduled parent/teacher conferences.

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