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Rebecca-Zager Rebecca-Zager 3 years
You know your child – her strengths, his weaknesses. You should know, because you make it a priority, what he is studying at school and what she is learning from that study. Schools are becoming more attuned to parents and their concerns, in part because their own performance at imparting knowledge has been so dismal. The reality is that you are the primary educator of your child. If you are satisfied that the school is teaching subjects appropriately, then it is up to you to teach the values that enable your child to discern (and appreciate) the difference between “enjoyable” and “worthwhile.”
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