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Top 50 Report Card Comments

By January 23, 2014

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report cardFinding just the right report card comment can be a very daunting task. Whatever you choose to say can have a profound impact on the student, and their parents. Remember to always try to make a positive spin on anything negative you might want to convey. Choose "goals to work on" rather than saying the student is not a pleasure to have in class.

Here are some more tips:

  • Use the words "needs to" or "goals to work on"
  • Use words such as, requires, struggles, or seldom, to show when a child needs extra help.

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