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Why should I do more at home? Isn't it the school’s job?
Researchers around the world agree that when parents are involved in their child’s learning, it really can have a positive impact. Learning Potential provides parents with helpful information ad tips on things they can do at home to build on the education their child receives in school. The information, tips and strategies on the Learning Potential website are intended to be used in combination with the school teacher’s lessons and feedback provided by the teacher.
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Is there advice for parents with a special needs child or learning delays?
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