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Friday, July 03, 2009
Toronto, ON – Nearly nine in ten parents of a child performing at an above average level (86%) say that they tend to use praise rather than tangible rewards to motivate their child to do their homework, according to an Ipsos-Reid survey conducted on behalf of Kumon Math and Reading Centres. Parents say that the benefits of using...
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