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Children benefit when parents get involved in their learning. But when it comes to homework, parents need to be careful to put limits on the assistance they give, writes Melissa Barnes.
Our selection of thought-provoking and useful articles from around the web on educating and raising children.
A predictable structure can help families gain quality time and reduce the end-of-day frenzy, writes Heather Miller.
In 2017, we covered everything from making children resilient to taking the tension out of homework. Here's a selection.
Does tension build when you 'help' your child with homework? Lawrence J. Cohen suggests a better way.