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Back-to-school concerns about your child: How to act on them

By Understood Team

Back-to-school is anything but ordinary this year. You and your child might feel anxious about the return to school — whether it’s in-person, remote, or a combination of the two. That’s especially true if your child is struggling with learning or behavior.

In this series, we talk about the concerns many families are coping with, and how to work with your child’s teacher to get ready for back-to-school this year.

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    Download: Back-to-school update for families to give to teachers

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    Back-to-school anxiety in kids: What to watch out for

    Some kids get anxious over the start of school every year. This year, many more may be feeling stres…

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    Why and how to partner with your child’s teacher

    You and your child’s teacher share a common goal: Providing the best learning experience for your ch…

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