By The Understood Team
Gathering your child’s records will help you keep track of how much progress she’s making. Having these documents will also help you push for the resources she needs for success in school. Here’s what you need to know.
Bob Cunningham, M.A., Ed.M.
Feb 26, 2014
Feb 26, 2014
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Sample Letter: Requesting Your Child’s School Records
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Checklist: Which School Records to Keep
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A must-do starting place for families. Thank you!
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