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Most teachers (at least good ones) want to hear from parents, and we encourage their involvement. Without question, parents play the most pivotal role in the intellectual and behavioral development of their kids, and I’m always grateful when parents show interest in how they can help their children succeed as students.

A high school history and journalism teacher from Massachusetts.

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A high school history and journalism teacher from Massachusetts.

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