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Resources for Parents

Students' homes and classrooms are the focal points of their learning experiences—from kindergarten through high school. Parents who work with teachers and students are critical partners in helping their child achieve success.

Parents set the example and the tone for their child's approach to education. When parents are engaged, interested and supportive in their child's learning, the child is more likely to succeed.

Bridging the divide between what is learned in the classroom to how it is relevant in day-to-day life is a critical role for parents. It brings meaning to their child's learning experience.

Parents can make learning real and ensure that students understand the importance of achieving.

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Study Habits

Here are a few ways to help your kids:

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Also take a look at Answers to Your Toughest Homework Questions.

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Teachers need your help to do a first-class job. Working together, you can help your child have a successful school year. Parent Tips For Effective Parent/Teacher Conferences offers tips for a productive meeting.