Team Up for Success

Find easy-to-use (and free) resources to help you work with your child’s teacher and help your child succeed this year!

Team Up for Success
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    Get a quick gut check on how your child is progressing and find videos and activities to support key skills at home.

    Select last year’s grade, choose the subject, and have them answer 3-5 questions as a short review.

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    Get on the Path to Success for High School and Beyond

    Check out these helpful tips and resources to help your teen find their purpose, passions, and path as navigate class choices, college planning and more.

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    It's All About the Teamwork! 

    Use this simple 3 step tool to partner up with the teacher on a plan in support of your child’s emotional well-being and academic progress.

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    Introduce Your Family to the Teacher

    Use the “Dear Teacher” letter to share what makes your child and family special.

Helpful "Team Up for Success" Videos

Check out these short videos. 1) WNET Parenting Minutes features one family's strategies for building a relationship with teachers 2) Learning Heroes shares ideas and tools for parent-teacher teamwork 3) WNET Parenting Minutes shows how families use the Readiness Check to support grade-level skills.

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*A Year into the Pandemic: Parents’ Perspectives on Academics, State Assessments, and Education, Learning Heroes and National PTA

**NAEP, The Nation’s Report Card 2019

Parents Deserve to Know

According to our national survey, nearly 9 in 10 parents believe their child is performing at or above grade level.*

Yet, what percentage of 8th graders nationally are reading at grade level?**

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