Building trust between teachers and parents

03/22/2012 | Education Week Teacher

Carrie Rose, executive director of the Parent/Teacher Home Visit Project, writes in this blog post about the benefits of home visits in helping teachers build trust with parents. Home visits aid in communication and ensure teachers and parents have the same goals for students, according to Rose and other educators. If students know that teachers are communicating regularly with their parents, they also are more likely to be better behaved, educators say.

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