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Implementation of assessment policy - Sweden

There is a long tradition of co-operation between parents and school and indeed this is one of the cornerstones of school education. At least twice a year the teachers have a meeting with the parents and pupils to talk about the pupil’s development and learning. The meeting should take place in the form of a dialogue in which both parties discuss what is best for the pupil’s development and learning. The teachers are to have overall responsibility for personal development discussions. It is the responsibility of every school to ensure that both pupils and parents feel involved and are given the opportunity of influencing the school education offered. Developing co-operation between home and school also contributes to school quality.

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