June 25, 2007 3:21am CST
Here is a question, How can parents know if the school they enrolled their children can meet the parents standards? Of course, we do the usual looking around, doing visits but of course the school will always put their best foot forward, they will tell us everything we want to hear. But are they making do with their commitment? Let me in on your minds!
2 responses
• India
26 Jun 07
if you go around asking,i dont feel you would get correct information.what child learns depends on their own intelligence and grasping power and every child has different way is to spend some time with your kid and hear what they learnt becaquse i think innocent kids never lie but just speak out the truth.
• Philippines
27 Jun 07
I totally agree. Thank you.
• Philippines
25 Jun 07
You have to do data gathering. Gather as many feedbacks as you can. You can those parents who has children studying in that school. ASk them if their children are doing good in that school or not. And from the feedbacks that you've gathered, that's the time you can decide if whether or not, you'll enrol there or not.
• Philippines
27 Jun 07
Thank you I will keep that in mind.