4 Tips to Support Students' Long-Term Success

4 Tips to Support Students' Long-Term Success
Posted on 09/06/2018
People for Education, in a review of over 30 years of parent involvement research, has identified four key things parents can do to help their children succeed, not only academically, but also in the development of vital competencies in health, citizenship, creativity, and social-emotional learning.

Many people believe that these competencies are qualities that people are just “born with”, but that is not the case. They can be taught, learned, and practiced throughout life. If students are given opportunities to develop and hone these competencies, they will be able to apply those skills in school, work, and life.

The research is clear - parents don't need to teach their children about math, they don't even need to help with homework, but they do need to:

  1. Have high expectations
  2. Talk about school
  3. Build positive attitudes and work habits
  4. Read together
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