Friday, January 23, 2009

Training helps teachers become better parent advocates

Teachers interested in advocating on behalf of parents should strengthen their knowledge and skills by, among other things, enrolling in courses on special-education law, classroom management and other topics, according to this education advice column. Teachers also are encouraged to attend workshops on similar subjects, and visit state schools' Web sites to further understand state policies on education. The Flint Journal (Mich.)

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