School Performance Ultimately Belongs to the Student


My son is going in the 3rd grade and so far has had great performance at school both with academics and behavior. When school went virtual in the spring, it was a horrible few months for both of us. He cut corners, rushed through things, complained, cried. I could go on and on. At first, I tried to guide him, tried to help, I then left all of the responsibly and repercussions to fall him. It changed nothing. How can I make this doable when school starts?

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