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What is a parent's role in his or her child's education?


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kmr1215 November 1, 2010

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yes i belive so to you should help him or her with homework and make sure they study like with my daughter she needs help with her times facts and every night before she goes to bed i sit her down at the table and try to make her learn them


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GLR805 November 1, 2010

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i truly belive that a parent should have a BIG part in his or her childs education. my 9 yr old son and i enjoy doing math leasons and science projects out of an A+ book i pick up at target. playing a part in your cilds education helps out the teach


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xhejsikamenica November 1, 2010

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the parent role in child education i think is to care for them cause this so important for a child to grow up healthy


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xhejsikamenica November 1, 2010

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the parent role in child education i think is to care for them cause this so important for a child to grow up healthy


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SallyA October 30, 2010

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I check over my son's backpack daily. If there's a paper with alot of errors, the first thing I ask is do you understand why you got these wrong? If not we go through it. Parent's role is huge, can make a difference between an "A" or a lesser grade.


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itllcostya October 30, 2010

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to stand by your child through thick and thin...postive and negative 100% + some....be there, be proud and support your child all the time everyday and every hour minute second of every day...Ms. Melinda Burchard-Costa; Mother of Kaitlyn Garrison


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MagnetMom October 15, 2010

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The parents role in a child's education is the most important one. We're their first teachers, and later we become advocates for their needs, employers (as we "interview" schools to send our children to), and continually review their progress.


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Curita7 October 1, 2010

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I believe that every parent should inquire about the teachers crediability and training. What other parents pros and cons are. Always stay in contact with all of the teacher and councilors that work with their child.


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abcdefghi123 September 28, 2010

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Parents are the child's voice. Asking "how was your day is not good enough" Parents are not sitting in class watching and listening. We the parent must ask our child what was your like vs. dislike of your school day. Can we change it. At least try.


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lililoco1 September 27, 2010

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One of the most important roles of a parent in education, I think, is to advocate for their child. Teachers are the educators, but parents can make a difference by giving the teacher context and helping their child get the most out of the school.




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