5 Tips For Improved Teacher-Parent Communication Infographic

| March 22, 2018

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Most often than not, parents pose as their child’s biggest ever role models  constantly showing them support and being involved in every activity they do. Bearing in mind that their educational involvement also counts, parents need to be practically engaged. Most times than not, there are no guaranteed ways to improve parent-teacher communication.Filling the gaps and finding out ways to improve parent-teacher communication is more important today than ever before, given the tight schedules, unstable work-life balance, and economic pressures that parents are faced with.

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