My son brought a form with a password for me to access to the electronic/internet system of the Department of Education. There is information about my son's attendance, curriculum, and progress.
Asked by Anonymous at 3:02 PM on Apr. 7, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
It's a convenience for parents to keep them up to date in a fast easy way. Teachers are still just as available as they were before. Why in the world would anyone complain about it? If the government wanted more control wouldn't they want to keep you in the dark as much as possible. How is providing more information about your child's education a bad thing?
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