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Back to School: Advocating without Arguing For Your Student

Posted on Aug 17 2010 under Conflict Resolution, Previous Programs

 School bells will soon be ringing in the new year. In an ideal world, our students will enjoy a wonderful, conflict-free year filled with great academic and social success. This is not always the reality. Join me and my guest Janet Bonnin of Fine Tuned Families as we look at how to effectively advocate for your son or daughter with the school faculty. Listen in to learn great ways to address health, behavioral or academic issues with a minimum of conflict and emotion.


For more information, check out her website Fine Tuned Families and her blogspot

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