Dualpartnership public school administration partnering with parents of elementary school students

There are two types of students in classes. Those who understand the material and those who don't.
Classroom instruction is important but parents must not forget the importance of home instruction as well.
Parents often feel as if they are left on the sidelines while their child goes off to school.

Students cant stay in class forever. Additional help may be required for those who fall behind.

Young students may try to seek answers on their own. There needs to be guidance so that the correct information is found.

A tutor can be helpful in certain situations. Parents should have the ability to request or decline one at their own leisure. 

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Created with images by Rafael Sato - "School" • Tony Crider - "CONFUSED" • Phil Roeder - "Back to School" • geralt - "leave board hand" • USAG-Humphreys - "Back to School 2012 - U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea - 27 August 2012" • Neeta Lind - "IMG_3646" • ambermb - "school backpack childhood" • umezy12 - "Classroom" • PublicDomainPictures - "child book boy" • US Department of Education - "SAD_Hortons_Kids 3"

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