Last week I heard on NPR that in some elementary schools in the US parents are notified by email if their child fails to submit even one assignment. In high schools parents get on-going notices of all the different deadlines regarding their children’s college applications, so that they could make sure their children do not to miss them.
It is true that the school has all that data on hand and it is very easy to share it with the parents. Also teachers and schools are judged by their students’ performance and they are very willing to recruit the parents to help improve it. It could even be possible that the parents themselves request, or put pressure on the school to give them all that information.
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