By Alejandra Matos
June 18, 2017
The conferences most parents had with their children’s teachers this school year probably went something like this: They occurred twice, in the fall and spring. Many parents failed to show up. Those who did asked whether their children were behaving and passing. After 15 minutes, the meeting was over.
But there’s a growing movement in the nation’s schools to overhaul parent-teacher conferences.
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