Resolving Student-Teacher Conflicts provides information about ways parents can help their kids of all ages get the most out of the school year. These include expert articles about communicating with teachers, back to school tips, dealing with problem situations, extracurricular activities, and understanding the grading system with advice on how to help you child succeed in school.

Get valuable advice on how to communicate with your child and your child’s teacher to help resolve conflicts. Get guidance about when to intervene and how to help your child navigate resolving it on their own.

Home-to-School Connections Guide

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Edutopia is thrilled to share with you our latest classroom resource guide highlighting new solutions for connecting home and school in order to improve student learning and success.

Whether you’re a teacher, parent, or district administrator, this new guide provides you with relevant and valuable tools and resources for how best to strengthen the bonds between schools, families, and communities.

Common Core State Standards

Learn about the Common Core State Standards Initiative. It provide a consistent, clear understanding of what your kids are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them. The standards are designed to be relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills that our young people need for success in college and careers. They define the knowledge and skills students should master in their K-12 education to graduate high school and be able to succeed in college courses and in workforce training programs.

Particularly helpful is the myth vs. facts section. You can also discover if your state has adopted these standards.

US Department of Education Parent Resources

The U.S. Department of Education offers information and a directory of resources to help you support your child’s learning – from preK to college prep. These resources focus on early childhood education, reading, math and homework, and preparing for and funding college.

Of particular note is the section on Special Education. Learn about developing your child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP), helping a child with ADHD, and protecting your child with disabilities. You’ll also find community contacts for advocacy and support. And one section helps you better understand the federal laws and protections for your special needs child.

Colorin Colorado For Families

This free web-based service that provides information, activities and advice for educators and Spanish-speaking families of English language learners (ELLs). Its mission is to find research-based and best-practice information about teaching reading to English language learners (ELLs) and to make it available to parents, educators, and policymakers.

Learn how to teach your child to read in English and how to help them succeed in reading and writing at school. There are several helpful articles are raising bilingual kids.

Although the primary focus is on native Spanish speakers, the site does have some materials available in other languages. The are constantly looking to expand their language offerings.