More Indiana schools include students in teacher conferences

11/15/2010 | Post-Tribune (Merrillville, Ind.)

More Indiana schools are including students in parent-teacher conferences, allowing them to explain their achievement in class. The move to include students is partly because of a new state law that bans schools from counting half-days -- when conferences typically were held -- as instructional days. Now, some schools are holding parent-teacher conferences as needed and fitting in the meetings before or after school, or during lesson-planning time.

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