I have read several posts about how are system is not working, and how so many parents blame the teachers and everyone else except themselves. I am not saying that once you have parents involved that it would make things 100% better for school system or our children. Teachers need to spend more time teaching and less time raising and teaching children skills that should be taught at home.Answer Question
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It is the parent's responsibility to work with the teacher, how else is your child to get the best education possible? My job as parent is to equip my child with the social skills necessary to interact with others, to work with my child on weak areas and to reinforce areas that they excel in academically, to work with his teacher when she points out those weaknesses and not fight her on it, to be involved in PTA and SAC so that I can be as educated myself and involved as possible in the education of my child. It is our duty to our children to give them the best we can, and their education is of the utmost importance. Without parent involvement, the teachers are rendered helpless and ineffective.
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