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New research shows that parents optimistic about their child's maths and reading ability can encourage academic success, write Philip D. Parker, Jake Anders, Rhiannon Parker and Taren Sanders.
With many students facing end-of-year assessments, John Munro has some good ideas to help kids study and deal with distractions, part of The Conversation's Curious Kids series for children.
A new study finds a link between teen males drinking before the legal age of 18 and later problems, a moving dad and daughter tribute goes viral, and letting students study the way that works for them.
Leading clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller provides strategies for students to cope with exam anxiety and perform at their best, in one of his most popular articles on The Parents Website.
We may be teaching children to be afraid of exams, rather than encouraging them to see exams as a positive challenge, writes Mandie Shean.
With the exam season approaching, here's some great advice on how to get the most out of your study time, in this repost of Andrew Fuller's popular article.
Instilling a sense of self-discipline in children, John Marsden's story, and the damage caused by helicopter parents.