Study: Parental expectations that are too high can harm students
from Education Week
Parents can undermine their children's performance in middle and high school if they set their academic expectations too high. That's the conclusion of a new study. It finds that while high but realistic expectations can help students perform well, unrealistically high expectations can harm their performance.
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