English: Academic Success and Parenting Many parents get upset with teachers about the grades their children are bringing home. However, the truth is that academic success is the result of teamwork among parents, students, and teachers. Here are three strategies to help your child succeed academically. The first strategy is to get involved in your children’s academic activities.This does not just mean going to teacher meetings or school activities. It’s about helping your children do the homework, teaching them how to use a dictionary, asking them about their day, and what they have learned. This will transform a duty into a special moment to spend some time with you. The second strategy is to have an established schedule for studies. You can create an hourly plan with your child and put it in a visible place in the house. It has been proven that students who learn time management skills are more successful in higher education. The third strategy is rewarding your child when they are doing something right. Children are always seeking their parent’s approval. Do not just blame them when they do something wrong, learn to reward them when they do things right (however small the achievement is).A prize does not have to be expensive it can be their favorite food. No matter in what grade your child is, how old they are, or how smart they can be, a student always needs support, stability, and motivation to be successful.