In supporting their children, it’s important for parents to help children learn to be their own advocates in the classroom through...taking responsibility for their own education...
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 27, 2014
School Improvement Network, the leader in educator effectiveness resources, today announced a new interview of CEO and President Chet D. Linton on KSL Studio 5 explaining four ways parents can help their children succeed in school by teaching them to be their own advocate.
“In supporting their children, it’s important for parents to help children learn to be their own advocates in the classroom through clearly communicating with the teacher and taking responsibility for their own education,” said Linton. “This balance can help parents support teachers and set their children up for success in the future beyond their current grade and classroom.”
In the KSL Studio 5 interview, Linton outlines four ways parents can help their children become their own advocates in school, while still supporting their academic success.
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