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HOME SCHOOL RELATIONS: A MAN MADE BRIDGE
My paper discusses the importance of home and school relations in lubricating human affairs in education and in creating goodwill and harmonious relationship.
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HOME SCHOOL RELATIONS: A MAN MADE BRIDGE In primitive tribes, there was no need for parents and teachers to plan ways of working closely together. Home and school were one. The teachers were the mothers and fathers, the older children, uncles, aunts and grandparents, all under the same roof. When other members of the community took a hand, as ...
... as in your enthusiasm perhaps you once did. You do not despair of it, as perhaps your disappointment once made you do. You come to know that problems vary from the simple to the intricate and that you must measure progress accordingly.
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