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Academic Resources

Decades of research show that when parents are involved students have:

  • Higher grades, test scores, and graduation rates

  • Better school attendance

  • Increased motivation, better self-esteem

Homework Checklist for Parents

  • Provide a quiet, well-lit space, away from distractions and with all the right study materials - paper, pens and pencils, books, a dictionary, a desk, etc.  

  • Try to find a separate space for each of your children, or schedule quiet times for homework in designated spaces.

  • Create a regular schedule, allowing for adequate study and free time. 

  • Limit TV time, and do not allow it during homework.

  • When possible, be available to answer questions. Try doing a problem or two together, then watch as your child tries the next one

  • Avoid simply giving an answer. Instead, ask questions that let your child see the problem in smaller, sequential steps.

  • Make use of the assignment notebook for writing down assignments. When they’re finished, compare the homework and the notebook to make sure everything is done.

  • Review completed and graded assignments.

  • Discuss errors to be sure your child understands the material.

  • Share any concerns with your children's teachers and be sure to let them know if your children are having difficulty or are unable to do most of it by themselves.

Links to Help with Homework and Study

Kahn Academy - video tutorials on almost every subject


Fact Monster -  homework help


Quizlet - Make your own flashcards or use flashcards made by other students

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