《The Smartest Kids in the World》的笔记-第107页
- 章节名：chapter 6 drive - the geography of parenting
- 页码：第107页 2017-04-23 12:46:55
Most Korean parents saw themselves as coaches, while American parents tended to act more like cheerleaders. He could tell that Korean kids encountered high expectations very early in their lives, and not just in school.Parenting, live drive and diligence, was often ignored in international studies of education. The evidence that did exist tended to focus on one country only, and it generally showed what you'd expect: More involved families had children with higher grades, better test scores, improved behavior, and better attendance records. That dynamic held true across all ages, races, and income levels in the United States.
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