As time progresses, more and more parents are getting more concerned about and more invested into their child’s life. The part of life that they are most interested in is academics. Parents nowadays are very keen on what is going on in their sons’ or/and daughters’ classes, what their teachers are doing, what kind of activities are their children involved in, what kind of results are they getting, and the list goes on and on. Not that it is a bad thing to be concerned about your child’s present and future, but there are a lot of things that are new to some parents and they feel uncomfortable about. If the case is so, then what the parents can do is read up more about it and find out the objective truth behind it.
Programs at Schools
Some colleges and schools practice these special programs that are meant for students who are extremely capable to excel at whatever skills they have and polish that, and at the same time, help students catch up in their studies and activities and build a bridge in the gap created for the students who are a little bit academically challenged. The so called interventions are some things that I have seen some parents have shown concerns about. Parents wonder whether it is a good idea to include these “extra” activities and whether the focus should all be on the tuition for the curriculum.
What Does The Research Say?
Research has shown that this combination is actually helpful and conducive for students to learn more, and therefore, perform better than how they used to. If you were to visit the All Saints College in Perth at allsaints.wa.edu.au, you can see how many ‘opportunities’ they have for children to participate from.