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Exchanges Between Parents And Teachers

Education barometer reveals weaknesses in the relationship between parents and school Gelsenkirchen, February 2010. The results of the current education barometer on the relationship between parents and teachers show that cooperation must be more efficient and results-oriented: while parents and teachers in 46% of cases develop common concrete ideas to improve the situation. In 41% of cases, remains the Exchange without concrete indications of an improvement and is thus inconclusive. While the cooperation between home and school has sustainable impact on development and educational biography of children and young people. A good cooperation between parents and teachers affects sustainable on the full development of children and young people positive, especially their educational biography”, explains Prof. Dr. Reinhold S. Jager, Managing Director of the Centre for empirical educational research (zahzi) of the University of Koblenz-Landau, campus Landau, who realized the barometer of education together with the help of students.

This “a key role to the teacher: to the extent that accomplishes an increasing professionalization of teachers, improve the conditions for education, class and school climate, but also for the home school cooperation.” The results of the education barometer confirm also decades of experience of student aid: 33% of surveyed parents had no contact to the teachers. The parents have reservations with the teachers of their children and ask the students help to make contact with the school”, confirms Norbert Milte, Managing Director of student aid. While respondents evaluate the interchange as very important: he serve to manage to strengthen the commitment and the joy of learning the child’s trust. The education barometer is a joint initiative of the Centre for empirical educational research (zepf) of the University of Koblenz-Landau, campus Landau, and student aid..

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