How digital connections add stress for both parents and children
Online teaching resources which parents can monitor and the prevalence of chat groups mean parents can "monitor" their children in the classroom and are connected to teachers and fellow parents - often adding pressure to the parenting process
Lim Sun Sun For The Straits Times
Dec 19, 2019, 5:00 am SGT
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Accompanying the usual flurry of excitement around this year's PSLE results were various notable headlines.
While China unseated Singapore from its pole position in the Programme for International Student Assessment (Pisa) evaluating 15-year-old students on their performance in reading, mathematics and science, Singapore, nevertheless, came in second.
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