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Must know information for public school parents
As a parent of a public school student, it is essential to stay informed about various aspects of your child's education and well-being. This information provides an overview of key areas of concern for public school parents, including performance based assessment, standardized testing, reading habits, math and parenting, homework, parent-teacher conferences, extracurricular activities, character education, preventing bullying, and preventing gun violence. By being knowledgeable about these topics, you can support your child's academic and personal growth and ensure a positive school experience.
Performance assessment is one alternative to traditional methods of testing student achievement. While traditional testing requires students to answer questions correctly.
Educators use these standardized tests to tell how well school programs are succeeding or to give themselves a picture of the skills and abilities of today's students.
Research shows that children learn about reading through observation and by seeing others around them reading books, newspapers, signs, and more.
Math is an important subject that lays the foundation for many other subjects in school. It's also a subject that can be challenging for some students.
The truth is, although you should not take total control of completing assignments, helping your child with homework and school projects is both good for your child academically, emotionally and developmentally.
A parent/teacher conference is an excellent way to learn more about where your child spends most of his or her day and how they are succeeding in school.
Harvard Family Research Project research confirms that out-of-school time activities increase academic achievement, improve classroom conduct, and nurture lifelong work habits.
Character education is the process of teaching students to interact with society in a positive way, by teaching core virtues such as courage, justice, and wisdom.
Bullying affects all involved, including the victim, the perpetrator, and witnesses. It is estimated that 1 in 5 high school students are bullied on school property.