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| Classroom newsletters are handed to students and their parents. Through newsletters parents understand the situation of students in class and are informed of educational policies of home-room teachers as well as how home-room teachers view their students. Students also receive messages from home-room teachers through classroom newsletters and during daily classroom life.
Home-room teachers with the ability assess the effects of their classroom newsletters try to do the following: to appropriately ascertain the circumstances of students as a group and to inform them of relevant issues; to ask parents about their level of understanding of teacher policies; to prompt parents to work with their children. Through newsletters, teachers also send messages to enhance studentsf motivations for life and learning.