Don’t panic! If your kid’s grades have tanked, here are some steps to get back on track.

By Laura Asmundsson
December 06, 2017

There’s nothing quite like the shock of seeing a constellation of bad grades at the end of a marking period. But before launching a short-fused, all-out interrogation, take a deep breath and put it into perspective, advises Eli Stein, director of academic counseling and academic advisor at LogicPrep, a tutoring company based in New York.  “It’s not the worst thing if your child doesn’t do well on a report card,” Stein says. “It’s a great opportunity to figure out where this is coming from and set them up with good habits going forward.” Hit the reset button by asking these questions:

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