Teacher: Parent-teacher conferences are critical at high school level

12/2/2003 | USA Today

Patrick Welsh, an English teacher at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va., finds face-to-face meetings with parents often inspire teachers to take more notice of students and understand their special needs. At a time when students are making difficult choices about the direction of their lives, parents and teachers need to share their insights, he says.

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