Parental involvement in children’s schooling consistently beneficial, study finds

University of Illinois psychology professor Eva Pomerantz and postdoctoral research associate Michael Barger suggest in a new study that while children benefit emotionally, socially and academically from their parents’ involvement in their schooling, that’s not always the case when parents help with homework. Photo by Fred Zwicky
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Parental involvement in children's schooling consistently beneficial, study finds
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Parental involvement in children's schooling consistently beneficial, study finds
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Experts have been divided in their advice to parents about how they can optimize their children’s academic, emotional and social development.