A former English-language student, who is now an ESL teacher provides six tips for communication with parents whose second language is English. While students may attain English proficiency, there is often still cultural and language barriers when speaking with their parents. Additionally as schools become more diverse, teachers must be prepared to speak with families from a variety of cultures and languages. The six tips in the article below will help teachers to prepare for these conversations.

Tips for Connecting With Non-English-Speaking Parents
Source: EdWeek.org, December 1, 2015