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3 Rules You Should Be Following When Corresponding With Your District

Do you feel like you are getting nowhere in your "back-and-forths" with your District? Are you worried that your concerns are not being taking seriously or documented properly? The question is: how do you convey all of your issues in a clear, concise way, confident that they will be memorialized for any future case? Don't Get Yourself Into a Never-Ending, No-Win, Back-and-Forth with the District Parents have a duty to cooperate with the District, but this is not to be confused with a duty to agree with the District. You do not have to see eye to eye with them, and sometimes agreeing to disagree is the best course of action (see more on that here). To that end, it is best to communicate

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