Digital parent-teacher meetings result in rise of abuse reports

27 May, 2021

Our union is calling for school employers and leadership teams to ensure there are clear policies and expectations of parents and/or carers when engaging with school staff through online meetings.

 The call is in response to growing reports from School Chapters regarding unprofessional and inappropriate behaviour during such meetings.

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