By Susan G. Assouline, Ann Lupkowski-Shoplik.
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On the one hand, parents are well informed about 19 20 D E V E L O P I N G M A T H TA L E N T their children’s out-of-school learning experiences, personality, and general level of social-emotional development—in other words, they know their children best and are in the best position to notify educators about their children’s academic interests and needs. On the other hand, educators are in the best position to provide curriculum and instruction. Although many teachers initiate and advocate for a building- or district-level change in student programming, our focus here is on the parent who is advocating for an accommodation that will result in more challenging programming and curricula for a specific child.
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