Survey: Parents often are frustrated by homework

09/19/2013 | Education Week

Whether it's because students do not want their help or because they do not understand the subject matter, many parents nationwide report being frustrated by their children's homework. A recent study, conducted by Google and the National Center for Family Literacy, found that half of parents surveyed admitting to having trouble helping students with their homework, and of those, 46.5% do not understand the material.

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