When Good Kids Struggle In School

Think academic success matters most? Rubbish. The idea that school success equals life success is another myth, and one that pits parents against teens.
When it comes to schoolwork, argues Katherine Gordy Levine, parents need to foster independence and stay focused on what really matters in life. Being kind, caring and mannerly are more then academic success when it comes to living a good life. More

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Published by MetaPlume
Words: 4,960
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301798209
About Katherine Gordy Levine

If the title of professional parent were ever permitted, it would be due to the author, Katherine Gordy Levine. Mother, grandmother and foster parent to almost 400 troubled teens, she is also an accredited therapist, a Professor of Social Work at Columbia University, Director of mental health crisis programs for children, 30+ years of social work experience and 20+ years working as a professional speaker on parenting and emotional fitness topics.

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