Mathews: The Web can help teachers and parents collaborate

12/20/2009 | Washington Post, The

More teachers should use Web sites to share homework assignments and other information with parents, Jay Mathews argues. He writes in this blog post that parents could use the information to take a more active role in their child's education. While teachers might have trouble finding the time to update the Web sites, Mathews argues it would actually save time by eliminating some parent phone calls and encouraging more students to turn in their work.

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