Students and their families will meet with their teachers once every two weeks where they will discuss how their students are doing, as well as give an update on what they’re learning. This will help students’ parents/ families and teachers to be on the same page and will provide a more detailed synopsis of how they’re doing so that it’s not just once or twice a year during “parent-teacher conferences”. I also think it’s important the students are there so that they can better understand how they’re doing and what they need to work on, as well as to keep things transparent. I don’t expect the interview to be a long, grueling, and extremely detailed meeting, as many larger schools do not have the time to do this, but simply a couple minute meetings after school once every two weeks. The teachers will have this half hour meeting time scheduled into their work day everyday, so they will have a couple families each day, rotating through with their meetings through each two week period.