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10 Questions to Ask - or Avoid - at Your Next Parent-Teacher Conference

Asking questions is the first step to better parent-teacher communication. Credit: Getty Images
Sweaty palms, cotton mouth, the fear of raising your hand ... if teachers and classroom settings made you nervous as a kid, the thought of your next...
Sweaty palms, cotton mouth, the fear of raising your hand ... if teachers and classroom settings made you nervous as a kid, the thought of your next parent-teacher conference might still cause anxiety. Take a deep breath. Knowing what to ask -- and which questions to avoid -- can help calm your fears.

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