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How to Ace Your Parent-Teacher Conference

September 11, 2019

It’s homework time – and not just for kids. Around this time, parents have homework to do too.

Relax…you won’t need to write an essay on “What we did on our summer vacation,” but you will need to bone up for the first parent-teacher conferences of the school year, likely coming up in October.

Typically held twice a year, parent-teacher conferences are a rare structured look into your kid’s experience once school is underway. Their primary objective to share your impressions of your kid’s school experience with their teachers and get basic answers to the question of “How’s Susie doing?”

Even more important, these conferences are a prime opportunity to find out what course corrections – I like to call them pivots – might help your children excel.

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