The following techniques will help you raise your children to be responsible & caring adults:  Treat your child with respect and care.  Reinforce the positive.  Share household tasks and chores  Teach money management skills.  Allow your child to face natural consequences & learn from        mistakes.  When teaching your child a new behavior, give clear, simple         instructions.  Be specific about your expectations.   Don't let your children off the hook if they misbehave at         school.  Give your child some space and freedom.
Role of Parental Involvement in Education     Academic achievement increases when parents are involved in        their children's education.  Parental involvement leads to better classroom behavior.   Parents should stay involved in their children's education from        preschool through high school.  Training helps parents of disadvantaged children get involved.  Reading together at home greatly improves reading skills.   Schools can encourage parental involvement in many ways.  Parental involvement lifts teacher morale.  Parental involvement benefits children and parents.  Time constraints are the greatest barrier to parental involvement.
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