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Teachers and Parents Talk About How To Overcome Communication Barriers

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Alma Reyes, a parent of a middle school student at Unified for Success, talks about how she gets in touch with teachers during the Parent-Teacher Summit on Thursday evening at International Community School.

Oakland North
Posted on April 27, 2012
Written by Ryan Phillips

Teachers want parents to be more involved, and parents want to know teachers are doing their best to educate their children. While that may sound easy to accomplish, it becomes impossible when the two sides don’t communicate.

On Thursday evening, parents and teachers from schools around the Oakland Unified School District gathered in the gymnasium of the International Community School in the Fruitvale area to talk about how to overcome communication barriers and learn how parents and teachers can better work together.

Learn more about: “Parent-Teacher Summit: Parents and Teachers Working Together”

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