How teachers can build partnerships with parents

11/7/2011 | Teacher Leaders Network

Sixth-grade teacher Bill Ferriter recommends educators build partnerships with parents to improve students' education. He writes that developing "intellectual alliances" will help parents become advocates for teachers and schools, as well as steer them toward voting for fellow education advocates.

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