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  • Ask questions. If something concerns you about your child's learning or behavior, ask the teacher or principal about it and seek their advice. Your questions may be like these — What specific problem is my child having with reading? What can I do to help my child with this problem? How can I stop that bully from picking on my son? How can I get my child to do homework? Which reading group is my child in?

  • Learn about your rights. It's important to know what your rights are as the parent regarding special services, English instruction, immigration status, homelessness, and more.

  • Let the school know your concerns. Is your child doing well in school? Is he or she having trouble learning, behaving, or studying? Is there a problem with another student, teacher, or administrator?

Adapted from http://www.colorincolorado.org/families/school/helpyourkids/