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    How would you prepare for and conduct a parent-teacher conference regarding a student who is having reading difficulties?

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    There are many things you can do to prepare for a teacher conference for a parent-teacher conference with a student with reading difficulties. The first thing you want to have is data to back up your claim that the student is actually having difficulties reading and/or comprehending the information, as opposed to an issue of laziness or the student not caring. Many schools conduct yearly and bi-yearly ...

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    A look at ways that a teacher can discuss with parents about the reading difficulties that their child has in school. Also discussed are interventions that can be taken at school and accommodations that can be given at school and ways that parents can help at home and how the school and family can work together to help the child.