Cuts mean parents won’t know child’s progress
Source: San Francisco Chronicle
My wife and I received our daughter’s third-grade academic achievement test results in the mail last month. In many ways, they matched her teacher’s reports. Where they didn’t, we made plans to talk to her teacher. We were looking forward to doing the same thing next year, especially because our youngest daughter has a first-year teacher. Unfortunately, because of the passage of legislation sponsored by the state Department of Education (AB484), millions of parents across California will not get the chance to have these conversations.
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