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            Report Cards and Grades

            Dealing With Disappointing Grades

            Dealing With Disappointing Grades

            Most kids bring 广东11选5 a bad report card at least once. Here’s how you can help your child get back on track.

            When Your Child Cheats, Take a Parental Time Out

            Learning that your child cheated may make you see red. However, calming down and slowly finding out why your child felt the need to cheat yields a better outcome, ou...

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            College Preparation and Planning

            Does Saving for College Stress You Out?

            When it comes to saving for college, a 529 plan can help.

            College Prep Guide: 15 Ways To Plan Financially for Your Child’s College Education

            Paying for college shouldn’t mean that parents dip into their retirement funds—or that students graduate deeply in debt.

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            How do you handle a poor grade on your child's report card?

            My child is grounded and privileges are taken away until his grade improves. - 26.8%
            I schedule an immediate conference with my child's teacher to find out what's going on. - 23%
            I talk first with my child, then meet with her teacher. - 36%
            Grades are my child's business; he knows when and where he should be doing better. - 2.7%
            I get frustrated and angry, and don't know what else to do. - 3.5%

            Total votes: 840
            The voting for this poll has ended on: July 1, 2016
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            Do you allow your children to watch TV or play on the computer before doing their 广东11选5work?

            Yes - 31.6%
            Sometimes - 25.4%
            No - 37.4%

            Total votes: 4919
            The voting for this poll has ended on: June 25, 2016
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