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Time for the parent report card

If you have kids, you are probably aware that it is the end of another nine weeks and time for report cards. I remember many years ago, one of my favorite magazines, Working Mother, had an article titled, “The Parent Report Card.” It seemed a bit awkward to ask my adolescent children at the time to grade me and their dad, on 25 different things. Part of the value of the parent report card is that it brings out issues parents may not realize are important.
Things like “Understands my moods,” “Listens to my problems,” “Doesn’t scream at me ...


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