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Who is mainly responsible for a child's academic success: the parents (yes) or the teachers (no)?

  • Parents Responsible for Child's academic

    But if it's YOUR own child, it's YOUR responsibility. Period.

    It's YOUR responsibility to educate yourself and give your child a good environment to grow up in.

    It's YOUR responsibility to find a good school where your child can get access to good teachers.

    It's YOUR responsibility to motivate your child.

    It's YOUR responsibility to ensure your child does his/her homework.

    It's YOUR responsibility to support your child when he/she is feeling frustrated with schoolwork.

    It's YOUR responsibility to give your child a good attitude towards learning.

    Even the best teacher in the world can't do much for an unmotivated child, and motivation starts at home.

  • Parents Responsible for Child's academic

    But if it's YOUR own child, it's YOUR responsibility. Period.

    It's YOUR responsibility to educate yourself and give your child a good environment to grow up in.

    It's YOUR responsibility to find a good school where your child can get access to good teachers.

    It's YOUR responsibility to motivate your child.

    It's YOUR responsibility to ensure your child does his/her homework.

    It's YOUR responsibility to support your child when he/she is feeling frustrated with schoolwork.

    It's YOUR responsibility to give your child a good attitude towards learning.

    Even the best teacher in the world can't do much for an unmotivated child, and motivation starts at home.

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  • Yes, the parents are primarily responsible for a child's academic success

    I agree that parents of a child are primarily responsible for a child's academic success. A child needs a supporting environment in which they feel free to grow intellectually and express themselves. Children also require discipline and structure. If a child is not supplied these requirements at home they are going to have difficulty in class. Their academic success should not be blamed on the teacher.

  • Yes, parents influence a child.

    Yes, a parent is mainly responsible for a child's academic success, because a parent has more influence over a child. How the parent behaves, the child will behave. Children are highly influenced to copy those around them, not only in terms of speech, but also in attitude and effort at school. Ultimately, a parent has more influence than a teacher.

  • Parents have a greater influence

    When it comes right down to it, it's mainly the child themselves that's responsible for success or failure. Some children, no matter the upbringing and no matter the teacher just don't want to learn. I think parents though have the greatest impact on a child's success. They have many teachers throughout their lives, but parent typically don't change.

  • Parents are primary in every facet of a child's life.

    Teachers are a catalyst for learning, and then can be role models but they only have a limited amount of time per day to exert their influence on a child, not including weekends or vacations. So, that leaves parents as the dominant influences in the life of a child, and that means they are primarily responsible for the success or failure of their child in school.

  • The parent are.

    The parents are mainly responsible for a child's academic success, not the teachers. While the teachers play an important role, it is ultimately up to the parents for how much their child succeeds or fails in school. The parents are responsible for pushing their kids to do well in school.

  • Yes, parents are mostly in charge of a child's academic success.

    Teachers are a starting point in a child's academic success, but teachers change every school year and, as a child gets older, with every course. The steady environment at home must be set out in such a way that a child is guaranteed as many opportunities to study as possible. Parents should encourage students to study as soon as they get home, while the topic is still on their minds. Setting too many responsibilities on their children's plate, or creating an environment where studying is not encouraged, will cause a child to have less of a chance to excel at school. Parents also need to encourage children to study and to do the best that they can at their schoolwork.

  • Teachers are the mianly responsible for chlidren's academic success

    It is admit that the parernts play a inportmant role in children's academic success,but i think the teacher as much important as the parents,why do i say that,once a child frist time is give to a school by his parernt when his 3or 4 years old,the teacher is a direct person who teaches children,give them good knowledge and excellent education,and the like that, of course it must a good teacher .But on the other hand,the parents need to support and guide them children to be a good man who has good personality ,polite and kind .Besides that ,i rekcon ,sometimes, the children themselves as important as parents and teacher, if a child who had strong ambition and perseverance .It would easier to success than others who had no desire.

  • A teacher as a guide

    A teacher is a guide for a student. The teachers are the one who leads a student to success as parents are not present in their childs class room.He is the one who takes the boat of a student to the othet side of the river . So a teacher is best.

  • A Teacher's Responsibility

    I believe that a teacher is responsible for a child's academic success. Since a parent is not in the classroom, they are not inherently responsible, because they are not the one that makes the decisions for the education. If a teacher has a problem with a student there is no guarantee that they will bring this up to the parent or even try to communicate with the parent. If a teacher communicates problems with a parent, then by all means the parent should attempt to help the teacher solve the problem. But overall, the teacher has the control and is being paid to educate her students, and I believe that is where the responsibility falls.


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