I strongly believe that a child achieves academic and later career success based upon his/her parents' expectations of them. Do you agree or disagree with this premise?
I agree with that..If we as parents help children understand the importance of education then children definitely perform better. Children at their age are pretty confused about most of the things and may not be able to choose the correct path, but if we guide them through this path then children can achieve academic as well as career success because they know they are on the right track and their parents are there for them.
Many studies have shown that children perform better with high expectations.
I agree with the premise. As a parent it is our responsibility to help our child learn how to push and motivate themselves to achieve goals by making them aware that we have certain expectations from them. This process is also linked to helping them learn to have a sense of responsibility, an important ingredient for achieving success in life.
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