Parental involvement in math

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Here is some research about what parental involvement with math (homework) can do with their children’s math achievement. Here is the short of the conclusions:

Parents’ involvement in homework (vs. activities) was more affectively negative (d = .34), particularly among parents low in self-efficacy (d = .23). The more affectively negative parents’ involvement, particularly in homework, the poorer children’s later math motivation and achievement (βs = −.09 to .20).

Read all about it: HERE