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Parent/Teacher Conference Eve

Tomorrow is Parent/Teacher Conference Day at my sons’ schools. I’d like to take a moment to acknowledge the dread most of the teachers must be feeling tonight. 782 more words

Parent Teacher Conferences

How to Properly Decode Your Child's Parent-Teacher Conference (via The Loop / Golf Digest)

The Loop / Golf Digest — It’s fall! Which means the football team you’ve loved since age 8 is being used as ugly political currency, your preferred cereal brands are all issuing pumpkin-themed novelty editions that taste like orange garbage and your children’s schools are contacting you about parent-teacher conferences, those annual events in which teachers take time out of their languid, relaxing lifestyles to schedule some time in which they can be directed by parents to pay more individual attention to their daughter’s snack habits. 204 more words

Humor Columns

5 Lessons From a Diplomat for Bridging the Parent-Teacher Divide

The New York Times




Recently, I’ve been using globally tested advocacy and solution-building strategies to help smooth a critical friction point close to home: the parent-teacher conference. 817 more words

Parenting Info

Parent Teacher Interviews - Nov 23 and 24

Dear Families,

Progress Report Cards will be sent home at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 23rd.  

We look forward to seeing parents and guardians at Watson PS  for Student Led Conferences on the… 266 more words

It's Time to Talk

Throughout November, NYC public schools across the five boroughs will be hosting this school year’s first round of Parent Teacher Conferences.

Held four times a year, parent teacher conferences provide parents/guardians with… 505 more words

Public Schools 101

Diary of an English Teacher in His Penultimate Year: November 2, 2017

It’s parent/teacher conference day (yippee!), wherein we teachers sit for 7 hours in uncomfortable chairs in front of uncomfortable cafeteria benches in the commons while parent after parent, sometimes with students in tow, line up to have short, five-minute, uncomfortable conversations with us. 1,039 more words


Do We Still Need Parent-Teacher Conferences in High School?

For the past four years of teaching, I have averaged 180 students on my rosters each year (we have block scheduling with 8 blocks between two days). 1,053 more words