Parents aiming too high can be “poisonous” to children’s academic performance

The American Psychological Association (APA) has published research showing that when parents have high hopes for their children’s academic achievement, children tend to do better in school, however when parents’ hopes are unrealistically high, children may not do as well. In fact, lead author of the study, Kou Murayama of the…
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