The National PTA offers authoritative advice on all the important and challenging issues facing parents today. An indispensable guide for parents who want their children to succeed and be happy in school.
The National PTA talks to parents about how to: · Help with homework and tests · Discover how well your child is doing in school · Prepare your child for kindergarten · Recognize good teachers and effective schools · Respond when the teacher is a “lemon” · Nurture a love of reading and math · Make sure your gifted child is being challenged · Tame the TV monster · Evaluate a drug-education program · Decide whether holding back your child will help or harm · Make your voice heard in your school and your government · Help your child succeed and be happy in school.
“A sensible, practical, down-to-earth workbook which every parent, every teacher, every principal, and every school board member ought to read.”—Frank Newman, President of Education Commission of the States
Melitta J. Cutright, PhD, former director of communications and programs for the National PTA, is the author of The National PTA Talks to Parents: How to Get the Best Education for Your Child and Growing Up Confident: How to Make Your Child’s Early Years… More about Melitta Cutright
Paperback | $19.00
Published by Main Street Books Aug 05, 1989| 308 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/2| ISBN 9780385247030