The debate "It's important to communicate with your children's teachers" was started by
March 25, 2014, 2:27 pm.
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In my opinion, teachers are representatives of parents at school and they replace the function of parents there. We, as parents cannot control them 24 hours a day because we have to work at the office. So, It is really important to communicate with them as they are the ones who educate and monitor our children at school. We might ask them not only their academic achievement but also other things like their behaviors or attitudes at school.
Communication is vital between teachers and parents. Often when children are struggling, communicating can help solve the underlying issues. Children, especially teenagers, tend to bottle things up. Many will not seek help on their own. There may be learning difficulties, bullying or other issues that can be improved or resolved if all parties are aware.