Series I - Step-by-Step Guide Part IX
Reporting Student Progress to Parents
One of the responsibilities that you will face throughout the school year is reporting each child’s progress to his/her parents. Most districts will do this approximately 3-4 times a year using the child’s progress in attaining his/her IEP goals as required by law. However, there may be other times when this type of progress will need to be reported to parents. Parents place a higher priority on receiving information about their children's progress than any other type of information they receive from schools.
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