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Making Our High Schools Better: How Parents and Teachers Can Work Together

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Making Our High Schools Better examines how the differing perspectives of parents and teachers can be understood and negotiated to improve high schools. Even though reformers argue that parents must become more involved with schools, most parents of high school students remain outside the schoolhouse doors. Teachers, who view themselves as experts on teaching and learning, ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published September 2nd 2000 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published April 1999)
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Everyone has an opinion on education because it affects everyone. Many people recognize that there are problems with our schools, but few people suggest solutions to those problems. In Making our High Schools Better, the authors, Anne Wescot Dodd and Jean Konzal, suggest that to improve our high schools parents need to be more involved in the education process. However, while parental involvement can be good, too much parental involvement can be bad.

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