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eBook The New Public School Parent: How to Get the Best Education for Your Elementary School Child ePub

eBook The New Public School Parent: How to Get the Best Education for Your Elementary School Child ePub

by Bob Katz,Bob Chase

  • ISBN: 0142001368
  • Category: Parenting
  • Subcategory: Relationships
  • Author: Bob Katz,Bob Chase
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penguin Books (July 30, 2002)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1848 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1906 kb
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But how do we achieve this? With the New Public School Parent. They walk parents through the typical school and the average school day, pointing out how to determine what constitutes a child-friendly school and how to evaluate the quality of the staff

But how do we achieve this? With the New Public School Parent. They walk parents through the typical school and the average school day, pointing out how to determine what constitutes a child-friendly school and how to evaluate the quality of the staff.

More than ninety percent of American children attend public schools. The New Public School Parent: How to Get the Best Education for Your Elementary School Child. 0142001368 (ISBN13: 9780142001363).

Chase, Bob; Katz, Robert . Education, Elementary, Public schools, Eltern, Öffentliche schule. New York : Penguin Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

by Bob Chase and Bob Katz. More than ninety percent of American children attend public schools.

Despite controversies over standardized testing, school funding, and teacher quality, more than ninety percent of American children attend public schools. In The New Public School Parent, parents will learn all they need to know about how the public school system works and, more importantly, how to navigate it to ensure that their children are getting the education that they deserve

Kids do better in school when parents are involved in their academic lives. It's important for your child to know what's expected at school and that you'll support the school's consequences when expectations aren't met.

Kids do better in school when parents are involved in their academic lives. Attending back-to-school night at the start of the school year is a great way to get to know your child's teachers and their expectations. Teach your child how to use a calendar or personal planner to help stay organized. It's also helpful to teach your child how to make a to-do list to help prioritize and get things done. It can be as simple as: homework.

We’ve got 8 cut-to-the-chase questions you can use to start a learner-focused conversation with your local school. Don’t be afraid to ask them! If all parents started asking questions like these – if parents were informed, demanding consumers of education – school leaders and teachers would sit up and take notice.

It would help schools figure out what to focus on. Question 1: What do you consider to be a good success rate for . Joanne has seen firsthand the importance of involving parents in their children’s education and knows the positive difference it can make

It would help schools figure out what to focus on. Question 1: What do you consider to be a good success rate for student achievement at your school? Question 2: How will you make sure my child is happy at school? Question 3: How does your school help kids like mine learn? . Joanne has seen firsthand the importance of involving parents in their children’s education and knows the positive difference it can make. Joanne believes that there is an urgent need in education today to stop the blame game for the systemic failure of the groups of children who are continuously being underserved – it’s time to get on with it!

The right school for your child can make all the difference in his or her successful academic career. The good news is that there are many options in education beyond the public school down the street today

The right school for your child can make all the difference in his or her successful academic career. The good news is that there are many options in education beyond the public school down the street today. The bad news is that the abundance of options often leaves parents in a quandary over how to choose the best environment for their children. It is important to know what to look for in a school to ensure your child receives the best possible education for his specific needs

Today 90 percent of America’s children attend public schools. It’s safe to say that 100 percent of their parent’s wish for the best possible education for their child. But how do we achieve this?   With the New Public School Parent, Bob Chase, a veteran teacher, leading advocate for public education, and two-term president of the National Education Association, provides parents with a roadmap for navigating today’s increasingly complex public school system. Backed by solid data, including vivid, real-life examples – The New Public School Parent covers such topics as:   ·         Facing the standardized test ·         Getting the “best” teacher for your child ·         Coping with learning disabilities in the classroom ·         Making sure your gifted child is challenged ·         What to do when your child falls behind ·         Becoming an advocate for your child and your child’s school   “An essential guide for all parents.” –James P. Comer, M.d., Yale University Child Study Center