Why Kids Struggle in School



A teacher-parent guide about underachievement and improving study skills (grades 4-10).



This book shows how to increase motivation, improve study habits, boost reading and math skills, and improve home-school coordination. Topics include indicators of underachievement, parenting and teaching practices that accidentally promote it, building a strong teacher-parent alliance, behavioral and academic charting, streamlining progress in reading and spelling, improving math performance, counseling the underachiever, emotional disability vs. misbehavior, and risks of depression and drug use.


Author:     Jerry Wilde, Ph.D.


ISBN:       15690-14108


Pages:     182


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