Article: Why Parents Need to Let Their Children Fail

April 8, 2016

 

A new study explores what happens to students who aren't allowed to suffer through setbacks.

 

 

Thirteen years ago, when I was a relatively new teacher, stumbling around my classroom on wobbly legs, I had to call a student's mother to inform her that I would be initiating disciplinary proceedings against her daughter for plagiarism, and that furthermore, her daughter would receive a zero for the plagiarized paper.

 

"You can't do that. She didn't do anything wrong," the mother informed me, enraged.

 

"But she did. I was able to find entire paragraphs lifted off of web sites," I stammered.

 

"No, I mean she didn't do it. I did. I wrote her paper."  Read More

 

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