Parents Key to Adolescents’ Success, Duke University Social Psychologist Says

by Jon Henshaw

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Students whose parents are involved in their schooling have higher career and educational goals, according to a new Duke University study of middle- and high-schoolers.

And parents’ influence on how their children think about the future and perform in school continues through adolescence, according to the study, which followed nearly 500 black and white children from seventh through 11th grades.

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