Reply 307 Week 5.docx - Week 5 1 Should parents be expected to participate directly in their children's education If so why and how should they

Reply 307 Week 5.docx - Week 5 1 Should parents be expected...

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Week 5: 1. Should parents be expected to participate directly in their children's education? If so, why andhow should they participate? If not, why not? 2. Should children spend more time at home working on homework? Why or why not? 3. Should the length of the school day or the number of days spent in school be increased? Why or why not? 4. Should teachers spend more time during the day on productive activities? If yes, which activities should they spend time on and which should be eliminated? If no, why not? I agree with you that parents should be involved in their child’s schooling; I would say it would be in theirbest interest to be involved. Parents could bond with their child with school. If the parents are supportive and helpful, it will build a strong parent and child relationship. I can see when a child gets to the higher grades in school homework could become excessive, if the student is involved in sports or other activities after school. There just is not time for homework sometimes but then grades will suffer and that is when they need to priorities and make time for it. In high school, homework could keep those students who do not participates in after school activities busy and out of trouble. Do you think that if high school studentshave too much time on their hands they will begin to fill that time with poor choices? We all want our children to succeed and practice makes perfect “more years of school and higher quality schooling are
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