Illinois district focuses on parent-teacher communication

05/19/2010 | Rockford Register Star (Ill.)

An Illinois district will be enforcing policies that require teachers to share more information with parents about their students' progress after it was revealed that some parents were not being told that their children were struggling in class. Under existing policies, teachers must tell parents about student progress and alert them immediately about any changes in grades or behavior. Beginning in the fall, the district's teachers will be required to establish a learning plan with parents.

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