Ask any young person, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” and you’re likely to get answers ranging from computer technician, pediatrician, or astronaut to professional athlete, Hollywood star or college professor.
Parental involvement in a young person’s education through school, homework and other academic support can raise the student’s likelihood of achieving primarily A’s by over 20 percent.
Parents play a key role in supporting their child’s education by allowing them to strive for their dreams. A parent’s commitment to their child’s education is the single most important indicator of future academic success.
There are many things parents can do on a daily or weekly basis to show their children the importance and work involved in obtaining their dreams.
One vital key to unlocking the dreams of America’s youth is academic goalsetting that involves parents. Take the challenge of helping your children succeed by trying some of the following tips.
As a parent, you have the ability to help your child succeed in their academic pursuits and move closer to making their dreams a reality.
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