Law would require parents to attend parent-teacher meetings

Legislation proposed in Kentucky would require parents to meet with their children's teachers within the first 60 days of the school year, or risk up to $200 in fines. Rep. Adam Koenig, the Republican who proposed the bill, said educators have told him about the importance of parental involvement, but critics of his proposal say that parents' involvement in their child's education cannot be mandated.

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