working with parents and families

posted by Amanda

The responsibility for a parent to become involved in a center's activities 
A. lies primarily with the parent. B. can't be assigned to either the parent or the caregiver. C. lies primarily with the caregiver. D. is shared by the parent and the child. 


Is it D?
A is wrong :(

  1. Ms. Sue

    I still think the answer is A. Only the parent can determine how much s/he will become involved in the activities.

    D can't be right. A 3-year-old child can't be responsible for his parents' actions.

    Your curriculum may be thinking of C -- that it's the caregiver's responsibility to welcome parents to various activities.

  2. Amanda

    I put A and the answer was wrong :(
    I guess the answer would be C.

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