Strong Teacher-Student Relationships Improve Student Achievement

On average, students attend 180 days of school each year. This comes to about 1,200 hours or 72,000 minutes. That is a lot of time spent with their teachers! 

And this is why strong teacher-student relationships are so important. When students feel connected to their teachers, they are more likely to engage and succeed in their learning. They are less likely to disrupt class, be chronically absent from school, or make the decision to drop out. 

As students and teachers work hard to recover learning lost during the pandemic, one key way they will do this is through strong teacher-student relationships. Learn why relationships are so important this year and how they contribute to academic success. 

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Strong Teacher-Student Relationships Support Academic Performance

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