The School of Human Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison published an article on how parents can manage their child’s procrastination by Michael Bromley of School4Schools.com LLC in “Parenthetical” magazine:
School’s just starting up, so the last thing any of us want to think about are the grades that come at the end of this new school year. Maybe last year wasn’t so successful for your teen, and you are dreading a repeat performance. Maybe your teen struggled in a subject or two, or had difficulty engaging with a certain teacher. While last year is definitely old news and students deserve a fresh start, keeping potential pitfalls in mind as the school year gets underway can position parents to be a positive force in a youth’s academic achievement early on.
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