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Old 02-24-2019, 07:56 PM
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It depends on age.

<14 they don't get a say.

>14 then you have a problem as they will start to play the game of pitting parents against each other.

Ultimately, the lack of homework will demonstrate on their report cards. Teacher feedback will show up outlining how the failure to do homework has impacted the children's report card.

Playing with a child's education in this manner will reflect poorly on the parent and if it becomes a significant issue there is evidence that will generate. You should maintain the importance of completing homework over video games and YouTube.

Access schedules should be followed no matter what age. Even if a child protests.
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