Back to school — How to get straight answers from teachers: Tips for parents | IN 60 SECONDS

Parents routinely walk out of back-to-school meetings overwhelmed by a flood of impressive-sounding buzzwords, but with no guarantee that their child will be in good hands. AEI’s Rick Hess provides solid questions to ask educators that will give parents clear answers and insight into their child’s academic year.

ARTICLE – Ten questions parents should ask before school starts https://goo.gl/j86Tes

ARTICLE – Don’t give parents a pass on education https://goo.gl/a4cBah

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