Four out of five parents reported that they have had difficulty understanding their children’s homework.
Almost a fifth of parents said being unable to help with their children’s homework made them embarrassed. If parents are unable to help with homework, it lowers children’s self-confidence.
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Four out of five parents reported that they have had difficulty understanding their children’s homework. Parents are a child’s first and most important teachers. Parent involvement in their child’s learning can help improve how well they do in school. While it’s important to show support and model learning behaviour, there is a limit to how much help you can give without robbing your child of the opportunity to learn for themselves. But homework is a necessary evil for most students, so what is a parent to do to ensure everyone in the house survives?