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More than half of parents do homework for their children. It follows from the results of the research project “Mail.ru Children”, reports RIA Novosti.
Instead the children had to do homework 56% of the respondents. Most often parents help students with math (32 percent), foreign language (28 percent), Russian (26 per cent), arts (25 percent) and literature (19%).
Almost three-quarters of parents — 70 percent — doing homework with their children. 33 percent of respondents said that children need to handle with homework, and another 37 percent called help in teaching good practice.
In addition, about one-third of parents (30 per cent) spend doing lessons to an hour a day. 29 percent of respondents work with children up to two hours, and 22 per cent for more than two hours.
The study was conducted among 8.2 per thousand users of the project “Mail.ru Children.” 72 percent of respondents — the parents of one child. 67 percent of parents of students in elementary school.
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