Talk to your child’s teacher

Do you want to know how your child is doing in school? Talk to your child’s teacher.
Classroom-based assessment by teachers is the best source of information about student learning. You have the right and responsibility to keep track of that assessment by asking how your child is doing in the classroom. Ask your child’s teacher:

  • How is my child being assessed?

  • Does my child know what to expect?

  • Does my child understand how classroom work is assessed?

  • How are test results used?

  • What support can I provide at home and at school?

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