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Volume 10, Issue 1 (1981)

Parent Conferences: A Brief Commentary and an Annotated Bibliography

pp. 100—103

The importance of parent conferences conducted by school psychologists should not be underestimated. The effectiveness of the school psychologist in communicating with parents ultimately determines the effectiveness of services to children, the public’s view of school psychologists and, indirectly, the public’s image of the school system as a whole. Feelings of professional and personal satisfaction are also in part determined by the school psychologist’s conferencing skills.

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