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Children don't stop learning when the school day ends. The more positive and constructive learning experiences children have outside of school, the better they do in school. Whether it's getting homework help, learning together as a family, or using a parent-child interaction as a teaching opportunity, parents and caregivers can help pave the way for their children's school success.
The following resources can help you get started.
Review the research about how children do better in school and have more positive attitudes when their parents are involved in school life. Part of the Teen Talk: A Survival Guide for Parents of Teenagers series.
Get a better understanding about grades and how to turn poor grades into positive learning opportunities.
Get tips to help support your child’s learning away from school.
Look more into the sports that your teen participants in, and how you and your whole family can get more from the experience. Part of the Teen Talk : A Survival Guide for Parents of Teenagers series.