How teachers can establish two-way communication with parents

Parents can be an important resource and can give helpful direction to teachers about how their children learn best, writes Syracuse, N.Y., educator Kevin Mixon. To establish effective two-way communication between teachers and parents, Mixon offers suggestions for eliciting parents' feedback during phone conversations, with surveys and through visits to students' homes.

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