Don’t help your children with homework? Dana Goldberg writes about a new study in the Atlantic which shows that making your child do homework does not result in increased test scores. The article summarizes ways helpful ways for a parent to be involved, and those that don’t make much of a difference. Volunteering in school, helping with homework, and meeting with the teacher don’t make a difference in academic achievement. Reading to children, talking about college, and asking children how you can support them do make a difference.
Click here to read the full article: Don’t Help Your Kids With Their Homework, by Dana Goldberg