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Know your rights: Your child’s school must communicate in a language you understand

Report cards, parent-teacher conferences, handbooks, permission slips. If parents and guardians don’t speak the same languages as their child’s teachers and staff, those routine school communications get more complex.  But language shouldn’t become a barrier to families understanding nuances of their children’s education.  Guidelines from the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights as […]