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Positive Parenting: How Too Much Involvement Can Hurt Child Success


Positive Parenting: How Too Much Involvement Can Hurt Child Success
by Michelle Dunaway, 9 & 10 News

Parents have always been told parental involvement is the key to their child’s academic success.

But is there a point when being involved is more of a hindrance than a help?

A study from Duke University and the University of Texas at Austin details the best ways to help your child thrive in school.

Helping with homework has always been considered a bonus for kids. Now, researchers find those advantages start fading in middle school…more

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