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Journal of Child Psychology

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Change in parental behavior can help children to achieve their full potential

Author(s): Tim Yang*

Typically, when we consider how children learn and develop, we consider institutions like schools and daycare centers. I think the majority of people will believe that education may help with childhood problems. As a result, both research and policy have lost sight of the importance of parents. However, if you take a look at where kids spend their time, it's in a family setting, especially during their first and most important years. Compared to their time with their parents and other caregivers, they spend less time in school. Parents have a crucial role throughout the years, even beyond providing care. Although there are certain limitations, parents frequently choose the settings of their kids based on what they believe to be good for them, such as neighborhoods, schools, etc.

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