What teachers want parents to know
| Aug 23, 2010
The relationship between teachers and parents is an extremely powerful component in student success. Yet so many parents go through the school year without communicating with the teacher or understanding what to do (or avoid) to make the most of the year.
Third-grade teacher Stacey Nelson is a devoted and successful educator in Tennessee, and on behalf of teachers across the country, she shared several things teachers wish parents knew before sending their children to school. It boils down to three general guidelines: respect the teacher, be involved and be organized. See what else she told Oprah.com at CNN Living online.